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12th October 2016 From India, Gurgaon
17th October 2016 From India, Bengaluru
A culture of being “always on the call” is not healthy for a company because, despite increased efforts, productivity observes a deep slur.
High-intensity workplaces often have a dull environment, with higher stress levels, which result in lower confidence and lesser productivity .
However, in most of the environments, high-intensity work may not be eliminated, but surely managed to a certain extent with the collaboration of both managers and subordinates by adopting certain measures.
1. Recognition of the problem is the first step towards managing a high-intensity workplace effectively. Unless, you can figure the problems out, you cannot bring forth a solution. If the initial signs are ignored, trouble might be already on its way.
2. Stop multi-tasking and start working on focused activities at a given time. From increasing stress to decreasing productivity, multi-tasking does not work in activities that require your brain power. The human mind can retain only 7-9 things at a given time, so respect its limitations.
3. Prepare yourself for the situations of stress. Little tweaks in lifestyle and attitude can make you a better player at work. An employee with superior emotional and physical health is more capable of managing stress resulting from a constantly demanding job.
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24th October 2016 From India, Gurgaon