occupational stressors, public administration, employee
Frequent and rapid changes are influencing factors in the quality of human life. Work intensity, the difference between material and spiritual needs of employees and their needs balance, are more general factors that cause stress at work. These requirements may be perceived as positive or negative challenges. Requirements imbalances can lead in procrastination which increase work related stress and concern in managing it. So stress is a consequence of the interaction of employees with conditions that surround them, but, on the other hand employee themselves can affect their own level of stress that they are experiencing in workplace. Organizations that make work-life balance possible are more likely to retain the employees in whom they have already invested and avoid the significant costs associated with replacing them. Also, this research aimed to explore how employees perceived occupational stress and what kind of strategies they used in order to minimize occupational stressors in workplace.
Lezha, Edit; Dibra, Gezim; Bushati, Jozef; and Topalli, Bujane
"The impact of occupational stressors in public administration: What should employees do?,"
International Journal of Business and Technology: Vol. 3
, Article 4.
Available at: https://knowledgecenter.ubt-uni.net/ijbte/vol3/iss2/4