Stress among Women Managers Dissertation or Thesis by Resolution

Stress among Women Managers
A masters' level thesis on organizational factors causing stress among women managers in the Indian advertising and communications industry.
# 61084 | 15,731 words | 18 sources | APA | 2003 | US

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The purpose of this research is to identify the factors at the organization, which are reported by the women managers, at the entry levels, at advertising and communication firms as being major contributors to their stress. Implications for organizational change in terms of HR policies, job design, structure and management styles for the organizations have been drawn. The research also has the objective of laying down a foundation for more in-depth studies of the identification of stressors for women managers in the advertising and communications industry at the different levels in the organization.

Executive Summary
Introduction and Objective of the Research
Need for the Study
Outcome of The Study
Literature Review
Research Design
Research Objective
Information Areas
Research Methodology
Sampling Universe
Sample Design
Data Collection Instruments
Data and Summary of Findings
Implications and Inferences for the Advertising and Communications
Limitations of The Research
Discussion Guideline
Profile of Respondents References

From the Paper:

"Most companies proclaim that they have a well thought out HR philosophy that anchors diverse initiatives and activities. The companies would like to believe in grooming its managers for today and tomorrow. With this in mind a detailed management trainee scheme is designed to ensure a reservoir of talent. In an organized setup, the core functions of Human Resources Management, such as, recruitment, training and performance management are integrated through a comprehensive competency map covering key positions. Yet, inspite of all these efforts employees do face stresses and of them the women who are burdened with duties in multiple, both at home and at the workplace, bear the brunt the most. The organizations of today are looking forward to having more diversity in the workplace as it leads to not just greater profitability but also a healthier workplace where talents are appreciated and opportunities are provided regardless of gender biases.
The Industry and economy is greatly benefiting from the vast talent pool of the women managers and efforts are on to create more conducive environments for the women workers."

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