Technology and Workplace Stressfor Organizational Behavior Course
From the beginning of my return to college at the University of Phoenix the debates over whether technology has increased or alleviated workplace stress are endless. One argument maintains that technology has created a more stressful work environment; electronic handcuffs that employees can never escape. Conversely many argue technology reduces workplace stress, allowing more efficient communications, enhanced learning and the ability to work from anywhere. Regardless, the management must be conscience of the ethical concerns involving the relationship between technology and workplace stress.
Due to high availability of information as result of technology the average employee "shift concepts at least seven to eight times per hour" this accumulates to a total of 60-70 times per day, each shift compiling workplace stress (Cryer, 1996).…
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