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Strategies and politics of ocupational stress reduction – case study


  • Mihaela-Georgia Sima
  • Simona-Clara Bârsan


This work includes 2 parts: main theoretical elements and 1 case study. Theoretical elements define and explain concepts such as: stress, stress management, counseling and organizational change. In the case study these elements are applied on a research unit development. The reason for the analysis was the tense situation existing in the company. Work methodology included: observation, direct discussions with staff (in small groups) and the application of a questionnaire consisting of 6 modules. On that base, major dominant stressful manifestations were determined. Following the obtained results solutions have been proposed to management and employees. In the last part, there are presented the obtained results from the implementation of some of proposed solutions.

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  • Mihaela-Georgia Sima & Simona-Clara Bârsan, 2010. "Strategies and politics of ocupational stress reduction – case study," Studies and Scientific Researches. Economics Edition, "Vasile Alecsandri" University of Bacau, Faculty of Economic Sciences, issue 15.
  • Handle: RePEc:bac:fsecub:10-15-74

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    1. M. Sadok & H. Lesca, 2009. "A Business Intelligence Model for SMEs Based on Tacit Knowledge," Post-Print halshs-00540288, HAL.
    2. H. Lesca & M. Sadok, 2009. "A Business Intelligence Model for SMEs Based on Tacit Knowledge," Post-Print halshs-00514906, HAL.
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    stress; management; counseling; organizational change; results;

    JEL classification:

    • M12 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Business Administration - - - Personnel Management; Executives; Executive Compensation


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