Home Working Stress in the COVID-19 Crisis Era: HRM’s Response from Job Support, Work-Family Balance, and Psychological Relief

Source avec lien : Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, (En ligne). 10.1097/JOM.0000000000002499

Cet article explore le stress sur le lieu de travail auquel sont confrontés les employés travaillant à domicile lors de l’épidémie de COVID-19 ; quelles stratégies les gestionnaires des ressources humaines peuvent-ils adopter pour faire face aux circonstances actuelles.

Purpose:  This article explores the workplace stresses faced by home working (HW) employees in the COVID-19 outbreak; what strategies human resource manager (HRM) may deal with the present circumstances. Design/methodology/approach:  We refer to the views and perceptions of HRM and review the current state of stress faced by home-based workers and their responses through the lens of HRM. Findings:  (1) The types as eustress, acute stress, and chronic stress and the stressors as work, family, and psychological were analyzed. (2) HW brought more adverse effects caused by work-related stress than benefits. (3) HRM can provide stress mitigation from job support, work-family balance, and psychological relief. Originality/value:  By focusing on those employees who are most vulnerable to pandemic fatigue and work-related stress, HRM can build better organizations for all employees. HRM practices may consider measures related to job itself, family, or psychology to reduce the stress of HW under the COVID-19 crisis.

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