Workers Wellbeing Case Study

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Workers’ Wellbeing: The Key to Enterprise Productivity
In the modern society, some new epidemics have been reported which are the field of study of many individuals, stress in workplace being one of them. According to Jaramillo , Mulki , and Boles (2011), about one third of the workers in the United States report high levels of stress. In their study they also indicate that stress is particularly high in some jobs where interpersonal interaction is part of their work environment. It is evident that stress can affect not only an individuals’ mental and physical health but also it can affect their performance on their jobs (Jaramillo et al, 2011, p.341). There are a significant number of factors that lead individuals to have a lower job satisfaction.
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In other words, they did not isolate the factor Work from the rest of the correlates of subjective wellbeing. One of those factors is health and therefore, these researchers also analyzed how the health condition of workers can affect their performance in their different tasks in the job. One of the arguments of the psychologists was that currently, when employees get sick, instead of being at home, they tend to nurse their sickness in the office. They believe that this going to work sick has become a common habit (Chamberlin et al, 2008, p. 2). It is evident that the globalization has led employees to have high workload which result in a high level of psychological stress. It is evident that jobs that involve multiple tasks from the different departments of a company make workers feel stressed; therefore, they do not enjoy what they do. These researches reveal that if managers want their employees to be productive, they have to understand the different causes and correlates of subjective wellbeing and be more flexible with workloads and deadlines when employees are

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