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I need help in answering this question when it comes to workplace stress. Would you support either the individual or the organizational workplace stress management approach? Please make sure you cite the sources and at least 250 words in response.

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I would support both the approaches because in order to reduce workplace stress, efforts have to be made from both front, ie, from organizational as well as individual front. It is important for organizations to implement strategies and tactics to reduce workplace stress, such as providing employee assistance plan to manager their personal and professional lives in a better manner or providing enhanced flexibility at work. ...

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