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Journal of Management Research and Analysis

Stress management – Study among the night shift workers working in hospital

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Author Details : Yashodhan Prakash Mahajan*

Volume : 5, Issue : 4, Year : 2018

Article Page : 468-472

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“If you have management telling you, as HR, to go out there and create some dedication and commitment, then you are going to also be considered as the scapegoat if it doesn’t happen as they expect. You become an easy ‘fall guy’ for management to go to their boards and blame for the high turnover or poor morale.” Inviting the most suited employees and match his skills and interest to the job available in the company is a crucial step for the development and growth of any business.
Therefore human resource department have a close contact with senior executive to have a strategic planning. Deliberate determination is required to boost morale and productivity of an employee so that it can reduce the job turnover.
It can be only achieved if HR department successfully identify employees skills, arrange for training openings to enhance those skills and enhance employees satisfaction with their work allotment and working environments. Eventually HR Department takes an initiative to tackle the issue of Stress Management in their business organization.

Keywords: Stress, Stress management, Night shift workers, Human resource.

Doi : 10.18231/2394-2770.2018.0076

How to cite : Mahajan Y P, Stress management – Study among the night shift workers working in hospital. J Manag Res Anal 2018;5(4):468-472

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