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Abstract This paper examines stress in the workplace and examines secondary literature to recommend methods of reducing and preventing stress The literature used provided great insight into the causes and effects of occupational stress and its affects on organizations collectively The recommendations and techniques discovered were very interesting and provided detail pertaining to stress management Introduction Most people experience stress on a daily basis however occupational stress is one issue that is rarely discussed A lot of people may not want to admit that their job is causing them stress or their work environment is a somewhat nerve wrecking experience for them Although rarely admitted or talked about workplace stress is an issue that must be addressed avidly by HR Personnel and Managers It is pertinent that this be discussed because it is stress and anxiety that creates barriers to escalating productivity and high motivation among employees This paper will focus on a number of things Topics to be discussed include 1 A general discussions of stress and anxiety - This section will focus on the definitions of Stress and Occupational Stress and talk about stressors and their outcomes according to secondary literature 2 Moderators of Occupational Stress - This section will discuss forms of moderators for Workplace Stress such as social support and coping skills 3 Recommendations for stress reduction in the workplace - This topic will discuss the Employee Assistance Program and Organizational Change The Job Stress Reduction Process of reducing and preventing stress and anxiety in the workplace will be described The objective of this paper is to examine stress and anxiety in the working environment and provide recommendations as to how this issue could perhaps become a smaller problem in some workplaces Through certain techniques this situation could become less of a hindrance and perhaps even somewhat non-existent in some working environments where stress is only visible in small amounts Stress and anxiety
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