A huge majority of employees from different industries blame their coworkers if something goes wrong and feel that they have been overloaded with work. If you feel the same, you are not alone as stress at the workplace is quite common.
One can feel stressful in the workplace for umpteen number of reasons, the most common among which is the unreformed work culture that tolerates harassment, bullying, and blame-culture among employees. An employee who stands up for himself upon being incorrectly blamed, bullied, or harassed might be able to save himself from it for a long run. For instance, if your boss asks you to complete a task by end of the day the timely completion of which is highly improbable. In this case, instead of giving in, and working till late to complete it, if you bring it to his notice that the goal set by him is unrealistic and you would require more time, you would be able to avoid all the anxiety and stress associated with the task.
Having a work culture that promotes openness to speak freely assures better productivity as the stress among workforce is lowered. Click here to learn other ways to identify your stressors, how to tackle stress-inducing situations at work from this amazing infographic from Armstrong Appointments.
This article has been submitted to Career Money Life by Armstrong Appointment Recruitment Specialists.