Stress in the Workplace: Causes, Effects & How to Cope

Hanen Khanchel


This paper studies the specific causes of burn-out as lived by tunisian employees. Firstly, we studied the effects of post-revolution context that push each other into excessive language that caricature their stress. But such conflictual situations force them to be stressed, to forget the prescriptive speech of their hierarchy, to act in the emergency with the means of the edge. Secondly, the results helped to meet the gools defined in the study, namely: to assess the behaviour of employees in the face of stress and its consequences, to identify the weakening factors and to identify the categories of populations most affected by burn-out. Finally, this study offers some ideas for thinking about burnout risk prevention.

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