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Stress in the Workplace: How to Cause It

by Howard Edwards

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Stress has a vital role to play in a company's success. Too many business books focus on employee contentment and team building whereas the feel-good factor actually makes staff more placid and therefore less competitive.
Stress in the Workplace is full of inventive and imaginative ways to ensure that your work environment is bereft of comfort and languor. Here are tips on using emails to cause panic; inappropriate behaviour at meetings; creating gender discomfort; size seating and many other ways to ensure the workplace is ever alert. Within these insightful pages is a complete strategy for creating and managing a more productive and profitable organization through the thoughtful creation of stress. Read it and your colleagues need never feel calm again!
  rajendran | Feb 10, 2008 |
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