Dealing with Stress in the Workplace: The Human Body's Response to Stress and Surviving the Uncertainties of Organizational Change 972780
Stress affects each of us regardless of who we are or what we do. Our bodies have developed intricate systems to respond to stress. These systems were developed during human kinds infancy to assist us to respond to life threatening situations. In today's world we face much different threats than our early counterparts. Regardless, our bodies haven't caught up to our current lifestyles. Our body systems still react to a deadline the same as a Saber Toothed Tiger attack. Until it catches up we need to learn about these responses and what we can do to control them.
Citation: Schultz, G. and Caughron, D., "Dealing with Stress in the Workplace: The Human Body's Response to Stress and Surviving the Uncertainties of Organizational Change," SAE Technical Paper 972780, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/972780. Download Citation
Gil A. Schultz, Debra J. Caughron
John Deere Waterloo Works
1997 SAE International Off-Highway and Powerplant Congress and Exposition