Mananging emotions in the workplace

  • Herlin Widasiwi Setianingrum Universitas Bina Sarana Informatika, Indonesia
Keywords: Stress, Workplace, Emotions


Emotions that can be in the form of stress are certainly in the work environment. This article discusses the basics and stress management that may occur in the workplace. Stress is an emotion that the context of this reflective study will show through a process-oriented approach to stress reduction and factors that influence internally and externally based on previous empirical research reviews. This study will convey the understanding of stress, its causes, and thoughts on how to live side by side with stress. In the end, emotions are necessary we are with them. In general, stress is related to external and internal factors. External factors include the physical environment, work, relationships with other people, and all the situations, challenges, difficulties, and expectations. Internal factors determine our body's ability to respond to external stressors. Internal factors that affect our ability to deal with stress include our health, emotional well-being, and our ability to control through relaxation techniques or other strategies.


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How to Cite
Setianingrum, H. W. (2023). Mananging emotions in the workplace. Journal of Management Science (JMAS), 6(1), 101-104.