Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2016
Volume: 15
Issue: 19
Page No. 3877 - 3882

A Study on Stress Management Among Consultantsin Insurance Sectors in Dindigul

Authors : R. Mohanaselvi and S. Manimaran

Abstract: Stress is a normal psychological and physical reaction to the ever-increasing demands of life. Reducing stress in everyday life is vital for maintaining the overall health, as it can improve the mood, boost immune function, promote longevity and allow to be more productive. When one let his/her stress get the best of them, they put themselves at risk of developing a range of illnesses from the common cold to severe heart disease. Stress has such a powerful impact on well being because it is a natural response that is activated in the minds of employees. There is no stress less job in world. As everyone assigned duty, they also exposed to anxiety and tension according to their duty allotted to them. In the case of Insurance sector it is not an exceptional field. In the financial sectors worldwide is getting more attention on the stress management Practices. The insurance sector nature is belongs to direct customer interaction. So the employees at all levels they wanted to get direct interaction with the customer. Many research studies shows that large number of employees are suffered by heavy stress due to their job and the real reasons behind this stress at job are includes role conflict, lack of job autonomy, organizational culture, improper reward system, long working hours and the lack of support from the management to the employees (Houkes). The employees at the insurance sector should notice a good number of symptoms which indicates about that they are under high level of stress because of their work. Whatever so it may be the problems like conflict among the employees, depression, health problem and heart affected problem will affect not only the physical/health of the employee and it also affecting the personal lives of them. The personal lives of the workers of insurance sector are also being affected because of high level of job stress and many of the employees cannot spend their time with their family. It can be reduced to the extent possible with the help of proper management techniques followed by the Insurance Management (Arpita Belapurkar and Apeksha Jain). Hence the present study focuses on Stress Management among Public and Private Insurance Sector Employees. The study found that because of the role conflict, political pressure, top management pressure and the long working hours there is a possible for the high degree of work stress among the Insurance agency’s employees.

How to cite this article:

R. Mohanaselvi and S. Manimaran, 2016. A Study on Stress Management Among Consultantsin Insurance Sectors in Dindigul. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 15: 3877-3882.

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