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Title: An Analysis of Organizational Stress In Institutions
Authors: R. R. Jubenkanda
Marume,. S. B. M., Dr
Namusi, C. W.
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science, 4 (3), p. 16-25
Abstract: Many psychologists, especially industrial psychologists who are experts in either human resources management in public management or public personnel administration in public administration, maintain that motivation and development are close allies of manpower planning. Employees are human beings, and as such have human needs. Persons in employment spend a substantial amount of time in the workplace, and their needs are not confined to times outside working hours, but occur also during working time. As will be demonstrated in this article, there are scientists and writers who believe that when the needs of a worker are not met, s/he becomes psychologically ill or is stressed which is the subject of this article.
License: http://www.oceandocs.org/license
URI: lis.zou.ac.zw:8080/dspace /handle/0/262
ISSN: 2321-9467
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