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Work Stress: A Catalyst for Acceptance of Organizational Change Louis Bevoc

Work Stress: A Catalyst for Acceptance of Organizational Change

Louis Bevoc

Published May 18th 2015
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Kindle Edition
18 pages
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This eBook is for people who experience stress at work due to organizational change. It discusses factors that play a role in getting employees to accept change, and it takes a somewhat alternative viewpoint by showing how low-level stress is aMoreThis eBook is for people who experience stress at work due to organizational change. It discusses factors that play a role in getting employees to accept change, and it takes a somewhat alternative viewpoint by showing how low-level stress is a beneficial, and sometimes necessary, part of the process. Examples are used in every section for clarification purposes and to show how the analysis is applicable in a real world work environment.Organizational change causes stress for employees, and large doses of that stress are damaging. Large doses reduce production, motivation, and effectiveness as workers struggle to grasp new concepts and ideas. The resulting negative climate can impact the entire culture and send the organization into a downward spiral.While excessive stress resulting from organizational change is not good, limited stress is beneficial because it helps employees accept the change. Advantages of low-level stress are the opposite of the problems caused by high-level stress, and they include increased productivity, motivation, and effectiveness.