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Today firms are using modern Human Resource Practices to build better,faster and more
competitive organizations. The most striking change in HR’s Role is its increased involvement in
developing and implementing the company’s strategy. I have worked upon this topic. Where I
have worked on this project titled “STRESS MANAGEMENT”. Stress is the way that you react
physically,mentally and emotionally to various conditions,changes and demands in your life.
High levels of stress can affect your physical and mental well-being and performance. Its
understanding leads to improved Human Resource Management.

The present study was to find the stress levels,personality type of the employees by using a
detailed questionnaire. The study revealed that how many employees were under stress in Sahara
India Pariwar and to which extent they were facing stress.


The research design used for this study is Descriptive design. Descriptive research design
includes surveys and fact findings enquiries of different kinds. The major purpose of descriptive
research is description of the state of affairs, as it exists at present.


The relevant data has been collected from the primary as well as secondary sources. The
primary data is collected by a questionnaire from the employees. For this purpose of data
collection,the questionnaire was circulated among the employees to collect information. The
secondary data is collected by news papers,magazines,company journals,websites etc.


A sample of 50 respondents was taken using random sampling. The researcher contacted the
executive personally and brief summary of the nature of study and details in the questionnaire
were narrated to them.


The present study had been undertaken for a period of 6 weeks, in which it had been divided
into 3 stages.

Stage I was of research problem and collection of literature of the topic chosen.

Stage II was of analysis and interpretations by using different statistical tools.

Stage III was to make the findings and recommendations.


The present study was conducted at Sahara India Pariwar, Lucknow. The aim was to find the
stress levels,personality type of the employees. This was done using a detailed questionnaire.
The study revealed that fall under low stress category only a small percentage is highly stressed
and needed prevailing in the organization to some extent.

At the end of the study, we can conclude that through their signs of stress among the employees
and such stress is affecting their behaviours, it can be controlled and reduced effectively.

This can be done by giving councelling and incorporating the suggestions given here in at
individual and organizational level.

A small percentage of the employees did have high stress. Person facing stress at the
organizational level has a lot of psychological problems too in the form of decreased motivation,
abseinteeism, low productivity, targets not being achieved etc.

Such employees are adviced to ATTEND STRESS MANAGEMENT COURSES which will
help them to build coping strategies and cause out their stress. The stress management course
comprises of a package program consisting of :-

• Relaxation

• Positive outlook towards work/responsibilities

• Self Analysis through personality type tests

• Inter personal skill development

• Protection YOGA cum Meditation

• Time management

• Since T & D job related factors, performance appraisal & job satisfaction were perceived
stressful by the employees, the employees should be counseled regarded the matter.

• At the individual level the employees could practice a relaxing holiday (where in quality
time is spent with their family) every fortnight or month

• Realise excessive use of tea/coffee/cigarette is not answer to stress

• Try to get 6-7 hours of continuos sleep per day.


Books for Reference :

1. Fred Luthan : “Organizational Behaviour”

Mc Graw hill International Edition

2. Stephen P. Robin : “Organization Behaviour – concept Controversies & Applications”

3. V.Ashwatha Ramaiah : ”A celebration called Life”

Unique Consultants(P) Ltd.

4. V. K. Jain : “The Management journal of power professionals”

Sahara Articles.