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  1. Some solutions to solve problems upstream
  2. Solutions to take care of impacts downstream
  3. Why it is so important to invest in improvement for working conditions

Stress at work was an unknown topic before its appearance in the context of globalization, which may approximately be dated right after World War two. Western companies were becoming more and more tied to results and new markets, and competition had totally changed the landscape of organizations. While we are introducing the topic of stress at the office, we may assume that the organization of work is the most important direct factor connected to individual behavior inside a company. Managers, executives, and employees, are concerned about and affected by stress. Unfortunately, in such a context, an alternative and global shift is not yet on the agenda. Thus, in a management environment, we must focus on causes and consequences and try to improve situations with maximal adaptation to company rules and organization. In this analysis, we will first focus on the reasons of stress and then seek its causes, the most apparent of which the one that occurs first, is work pressure (by extension, the workload).

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