Department of Sports Management, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Pamukkale University,
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The workplace has identified as an important area for investigation in light of the growing acknowledgment of the role and responsibilities that workplaces have on employee efficiency, engagement, physical condition and comfort. Occupational mental health/stress is a new prevention framework to abate the risks of work-related psychological disorders. This concept of prevention into the arena of occupational mental health plays a significant role in modern HRM practice.
Aim and Scope 1. The causes and consequences of stress on the job. 2. The relationship between job stress and employee performance. 3. Enumerate the features of a successful company stress-management programme. 4. Conceptualize the relationship between job stress, job insecurity and continuing efforts to control costs through corporate downsizing. 5. Stressors mount up, and their effects