Stress in the Workplace Term Paper by Jay Writtings LLC

Stress in the Workplace
An analysis of the employee stress at the radiology department in the Community General Hospital.
# 115849 | 1,852 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2009 | US

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This paper explores the meaning of stress and identifies the stressors within the Community General Hospital's radiology department. The paper discusses the stressful issues of management, cross-cultural barriers and the leadership situation which damages teamwork. Next, solutions that utilize the effective use of management techniques, communication and motivation are explored. The paper concludes that, through these measures, differences will be best employed in an efficient manner, so as to reduce stress in the workplace and promote productivity instead.

The Importance of Studying Stress
The Stress Levels in Radiology at Community General Hospital
The Recommendation to Reduce Stress

From the Paper:

"The issue of stress is one which arises in nearly all situations, however to varying levels and degrees. In the workplace in particular stress is something which not only annoys and at times hurts the individual, but it likewise damages the company. In the radiology department at Community General Hospital, the levels of stress have reached the point where this is the reality, with the quality of work and operating atmosphere being harmed by the presence of stress. The interaction between employees, management, and the overall mission by which the department is led either create harmony, or discord. In the instance of Community General Hospital, the lack of synergy between these particular areas is inhibiting productivity, decreasing the quality of the overall work environment and also productivity."

Sample of Sources Used:

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