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Tip 6: Learn how managers or employers can reduce job stress
It's in a manager's best interest to keep stress levels in the workplace to a minimum. Managers can act as positive role models, especially in times of high stress, by following the tips outlined in this article. If a respected manager can remain calm in stressful work situations, it is much easier for his or her employees to also remain calm.
Additionally, there are a number of organizational changes that managers and employers can make to reduce workplace stress. These include:
Consult your employees
Cultivate a friendly social climate
SOURCE: www.helpguide.org. Work Stress.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/31/2013
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