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Rationale Management Approach in Stress Management: An Information Perception

V.T.R. Vijaya Kumar1, R. Dhaneesh2 and R. V. Siva Balan3
  • 1 Department of Business Administration, St. Xavier‘s Catholic College of Engineering, Nagercoil, India
  • 2 Department of Business Administration, Narayanaguru College of Engineering, India
  • 3 Department of Computer Applications, Noorul Islam University, Thuckalay, India


Occupational stress has both positive and negative impact. By tweaking stress causing factors, the positive and negative impact of occupational stress can be proscribed. By default, stressors have a degree of proportion pertaining to the type of organization. Manipulation of the existing proportion results in consideration of tradeoff among stressors. Control on job is considered as a factor of providing job satisfaction. An optimal way of affording task related information can be the availability of tools to access and assess decision information. Providing access to the precise rationale at similar instances may help the employee to get better solution, thus job satisfaction. Information by means of information systems’can be considered as primary level intervention to avoid certain role stressors.

American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume 10 No. 1, 2013, 89-96


Submitted On: 19 November 2012 Published On: 20 January 2013

How to Cite: Kumar, V. V., Dhaneesh, R. & Balan, R. V. S. (2013). Rationale Management Approach in Stress Management: An Information Perception. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 10(1), 89-96.

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  • Occupational Stress
  • Role Stressors
  • Moderators
  • Satisfaction