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How can you indentify specific lifestyle choices that affect health and psychology in the workplace.
Weegy: Example if an employee is a smoker you will know that since they will thend to smoke on breaks or lunch and it affects you in a way because they will stink of the cigarett scent and if you are easily irritated with the smell of the cigarette, [ you will be disturbed and not be able to ocncentrate on doing your job ] (More)
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How does organizational culture play a role in workplace psychology?
Weegy: Organizational culture is a concept developed by researchers to explain the values, psychology, attitudes, beliefs and experiences of an organization. [ Generally speaking, it is viewed as the shared norms and values of individuals and groups within an organization. Through this set of mutual understandings, organizational culture controls the way individuals interact with each other within the organization as well as with customers, suppliers and other stakeholders existing outside the boundaries of the organization. ] (More)
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What is the relationship between stress and health in the workplace?
Weegy: If you're stress with your work, your performance would greatly decrease. (More)
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List ways to reduce stress in the workplace from the situation or example you provided
Weegy: Tips to Reduce and Manage Job and Workplace Stress Tip 1: Recognize warning signs of excessive stress at work When you feel overwhelmed at work, you lose confidence and may become irritable or withdrawn. [ This can make you less productive and less effective in your job, and make the work seem less rewarding. If you ignore the warning signs of work stress, they can lead to bigger problems. Beyond interfering with job performance and satisfaction, chronic or intense stress can also lead to physical and emotional health problems. Tip 2: Reduce job stress by taking care of yourself When stress at work interferes with your ability to perform in your job, manage your personal life, or adversely impacts your health, it’s time to take action. Start by paying attention to your physical and emotional health. When your own needs are taken care of, you’re stronger and more resilient to stress. The better you feel, the better equipped you’ll be to manage work stress without becoming overwhelmed. Taking care of yourself doesn’t require a total lifestyle overhaul. Even small things can lift your mood, increase your energy, and make you feel like you’re back in the driver’s seat. Take things one step at a time, and as you make more positive lifestyle choices, you’ll soon notice a reduction in your stress levels, both at home and at work. ] (More)
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