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Title:Managing Workplace Stress and Burnouts
Abstract:Abstract : The write up below is inspired by brief survey of ancient Indian writings, a few Indian executives and survey of literature related to stress sand time management. Stress is the body's natural response to pressures or stressful situations we find ourselves in and which we are not certain we can cope with effectively. Situations that are unfamiliar, or challenge or threaten us increase our level of stress. Burn out has become very frequent incident in corporate world. Why only corporate world? It is fast becoming common even with housewives, politicians and young students (High School). The Business environment has become extremely complex with rising demands from customers, need for adapting to fast technological changes, information superhighways driving business at break neck speeds, stringent social and government laws, work place conflicts, globalization of trade, grueling competition and ever increasing demands from various stake holders on businesses. Add to this changing complexion of home life with high divorce rates, working couples, women Lib. and nuclear families. Crime graphs are shooting up around the globe due to growing awareness and discontent of have-nots and their grudge against the proverbial 'Successful'. Key Words : Stress, burnout, breakdown, productivity, leadership, workplace.