Strategic Stress Management of Gold Collars

This book titled "Strategic Stress Management of Gold collars" is an empirical study carried out to find the various factors that influence stress among the knowledge workers termed as the gold collar employees.

Strategic Stress Management of Gold Collars

Stress is a problem in almost all the countries of the world, irrespective of the fact whether the economy is strong or weak. In today's changing and competitive work environment, stress plays a crucial role among the gold collar employees. Knowledge is considered to be the only source of competitive advantage for an organization in the highly competitive current scenario. Knowledge work is typically characterized by high decision latitude and classified as an active job. This book titled "Strategic Stress Management of Gold collars" is an empirical study carried out to find the various factors that influence stress among the knowledge workers termed as the gold collar employees. This book emphasizes on the various coping strategies resorted by the gold collars to combat stress and throws light on the extent of effectiveness of the strategies resorted. The study was carried out among various Professionals like doctors, professors, software professionals, executives, engineers etc. The stress level of gold collar employees depends especially on the fact that how intense the stress is, how long it lasts, and how well an individual copes with the situation. The stress level of gold collar employees depends especially on the fact that how intense the stress is, how long it lasts, and how well an individual copes with the situation. Gold collars are also of the opinion that stress can be managed. This positive attitude may be helpful for the gold collars in alleviating stress to a very great extent.

Organizational Behaviour

This book on "Organizational Behavior" is written in a lucid style which will be greatly beneficial to the students as well as for aspiring managers.

Organizational Behaviour

Organizational productivity largely depends upon the effective utilization of human resources Organizations are made up of people and without people there are no organizations. Therefore managers in the organization must have a proper understanding of human behavior in order to make the organization more productive. This book on "Organizational Behavior" is written in a lucid style which will be greatly beneficial to the students as well as for aspiring managers. It will serve as a fruitful platform for those who desire to have a challenging and rewarding career in organizations as well as for non-managers who may be interested in understanding what managing human behavior is all about. Moreover, the text has got a contemporary and comprehensive approach in dealing with the nuances of the various techniques that are widely used in organizations to tune human behavior in such a way that it leads to effective and efficient organizational functioning. Various theories concepts and principles pertaining to management of human behavior have been discussed effectively through appropriate usage of tables and pictorial representations. Important questions and answers at the end of each chapter from the academic perspective deserve special appreciation. The topics that were discussed in the book can be understood effectively by the readers through the case studies that were given in the book. Readers will really be enlightened in understanding about organizations and human beings in a better way as well as in predicting and controlling human behavior.

Stress Management in the Construction Industry

Edstrom, A. and Galbraith, J.R. (1977) Transfer of managers as a coordination
and control strategy in multinational organization. ... Emslie, C., Hunt, K. and
Macintyre, S. (2004) Gender, work–home conflict and morbidity amongst white-
collar bank ... Francesco, A. and Gold, B. (2005) International Organizational
Behavior.

Stress Management in the Construction Industry

This systematic review of stress management in construction will help an understanding of the issues and theory as well as offering practical recommendations. addresses the growing concern to make work in construction healthier, safer, and more productive integrates research results, survey statistics and scenario analyses to reveal underlying causes of stress offers recommendations for reducing Stress

Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety

Psychological and phsiological stress responses during repetitive work at an
assembly line. WorkStress ... In Stress Management in Work Setting, edited by LR
Murphy and TF Schoenborn. Cincinnati, Ohio: ... In job Stress and Blue Collar
Work, edited by C. Cooper and MJ Smith. London: John ... Personal and
organizational strategies for handling job stress: A review of research and
opinion. Personnel ...

Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety

Developed through an extensive process of consultation with leading professionals and health and safety institutions worldwide, the new, expanded, and long-awaited Fourth Edition of this well-respected reference provides comprehensive, timely, and accurate coverage of occupational health and safety. Aimed at the specialist and non-specialist alike, such as lawyers, doctors, nurses, engineers, toxicologists, regulators, and other safety professionals, this compendium is organized and designed to provide the most critical information in an easy-to-read format. It uses more than 1,000 illustrations, a new attractive layout, and provides thousands of cited references that provide up-to-date literature reviews. Indexes by subject, chemical name, and author make navigating through information quick and easy. The CD-ROM version includes the same information as the print volumes, plus the benefit of a powerful search and retrieval engine to make searching for information as easy as a mouse click. Here's a sampling of what's covered in each volume and the CD-ROM: Volume 1: The body, health care, management and policy, tools and approaches Volume 2: Psychological and organizational factors, hazards, the environment, accidents, and safety Volume 3: Chemicals, industries and occupations Volume 4: Index by subject, chemical name, author, cross-reference guide, directory of contributors.

The Gold Collar Worker

Because the gold - collar class recognizes that a fine line separates stress from
the creative tension that inspires high ... and training for both managers and their
gold - collar subordinates in participative decision making , strategic thinking ...

The Gold Collar Worker


Management and Labour Studies

... 387-395 Marketing Marketing to Indian Rural Women : Notes and Challenge ,
Opportunity and Strategy Comments No 3 ... Roles Across Article Qualification
Levels No 4 , November 2008 Organizational Behaviour Stress among Gold
Collar ...

Management and Labour Studies


Personnel Literature

Office of Personnel Management. ... l2-l7h Managing the human side of change,
6-12 Reorganizing part of Honeywell: from strategy to structure, 7-10 Love on the
... experimental data, 1-119 Coping with work-related stress, 5-79 Frustration in
organizations: relationships to role stress, ... Employee participation plans as
Section 8(a)(2) violations, 2-138 The gold-collar worker: harnessing the
brainpower of ...

Personnel Literature


Annual Editions

judges, public managers, and legislators, as new partnership, 180-190 juncture,
strategic planning and, 119 Jung, Carl, and ... as force reshaping America, 215 "
gold collar" knowledge worker, 214 Gould, Roger, and developmental
psychology of adults, 42-50 ... 89-92 Politics of Retrenchment, The: How Local
Governments Manage Fiscal Stress (Levine, Rubin, and Wolohojian), 93-94
pollution, water, ...

Annual Editions

Articles by public administrators, educators, researchers, and writers provide perspectives in the study of public administration.

Core Concepts of Organizational Behavior

... 133 Flexible working hours, 1 38 Flexiplace, 139 Flextime, 138 Followership,
258 Force-coercion strategy, 330 Forced distribution, 116 ... 135-136 job design
and, 134-137 management by objectives (MBO) and, 136-137 theory of, 134
Gold-Collar workers, 19-20 Goleman ... 66-67 Hausman, Robert, 220 Health,
stress and, 337 Healthy Outlook Worldwide, 338 Hearing problem, 323 Heredity,
impact of, ...

Core Concepts of Organizational Behavior

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Employment Relations Record

One estimate puts the proportion of ' gold collar ' workers who work at the cutting
edge of technology and who have ... Nankervis , A.R. , Compton , R.L. and
McCarthy , T.E. ( 1999 ) , Strategic Human Resource Management , 3rd Ed . ,
Nelson ITP , Melbourne . Schrabracq , M.J. and Cooper , C.L. ( 2000 ) , “ The
Changing Nature of Work and Stress ' , Journal of Managerial Psychology , 15 ( 3
) : 227-241 .

Employment Relations Record