Effect of career plateau on job stress and managing stress by employees

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Human resources management interventions are aimed at developing and assisting the plateaued employees of the organisation from job stress. In view of diverse needs of plateaued employees’ organisations must change the ways in which they get their work done and redefine their social contract that connects them. Increased diversity in the organisation in terms of age, gender, and culture brings in additional challenge for human resource management. It comes under work force diversity intervention. Finally, organisations have increased their focus on wellbeing of their plateaued employees using programs such as stress management counselling, work life balance, health and fitness consciousness. career planning and development interventions helps to recruit and retain skilled and knowledgeable workers. Career is the route map of a person’s life. Earlier career was looked upon as the advancement and promotion of an individual in an organisation but nowadays it is defined in a holistic way to include a person’s attitude and experience.




Shakiladevi, A. R., & Basariya, S. R. (2019). Effect of career plateau on job stress and managing stress by employees. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(1), 1690–1693. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.F8896.109119

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