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Comments and Constructive Criticism

The writer will include very constructive feedbacks for both articles using constructive criticism why

commenting on both papers.

The writer will have to read each of this post and react to them by commenting, analyzing and supporting
with relevant articles. The writer will have to read carefully before giving constructive comments on the
post. The writer should write a one paragraph of at least 150 words. APA and in text citation must be use
as each respond to the two post must have in text citations. The writer will have to use an article to
supports his comments in each of the article. Address the content of each post below in a one paragraph
each, analysis and evaluation of the topic, as well as the integration of relevant resources.



Occupational Stress in Organizations

Article 1:
As determined by Ongori and Topper (2007), stress remains an element that has the
capacity to affect the performances of employees within an organization, a factor that would
negatively impact the productivity and employee turnover rates including organizational
performance within a firm. Considering the outcomes of the study conducted by the authors,
occupational stress remains one of the great distresses of management, employees including
other stakeholders within an organization.
The study in this case aggress to the fact that the cost of occupational stress is higher in
many entities, with this costing companies huge amounts of money since this stressor may lead
to the morbidity and mortality of employees in a firm. Tabassum (2013) views, therefore,
concurs with the findings of this study and determines that work overloads without taking into
consideration the availability of human capital to carry out the duties may result in occupational
stress. In this case, increases in workloads within organizations that fail to correspond to the
available workforce are the causative factor of occupational stress.
Article 2;
In this article, Ongori & Agolla (2008) employs the use of SPSS software in analyzing
the causes, symptoms and effects including the appropriate interventions for occupational stress
through the use of the Likert’s scale of 1 to 5. Through the simple descriptive statistics study, it

was depicted that uncertainty of promotions within a work environment could also be a source of
occupational stress.
In as much as there were limitations in the study that arose due to the choice of a smaller
sample and a couple of organizations that provided data, the responses offered by the participants
prove that some occupational stresses result from uncertainties of promotions, a factor that
Newton, & Teo (2014) concurs with since employees who work hard anticipate rewards from
organizations. However when these rewards take are undetermined, the employees are more
likely to get stressed, a factor that would diminish their productivity.



Tabassum, S. (2013). Occupational Stress among Employees of Public and Private Insurance
Sector: A Comparative Study. Amity Global Business Review, 880-91.
Newton, C., & Teo, S. (2014). Identification and Occupational Stress: A Stress-Buffering
Perspective. Human Resource Management, 53(1), 89-113.

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