Home » News & Blogs » A New study finds that deadlines are the biggest contributor to stress in the workplace
Bookmark and Share
Colony Worlds

A New study finds that deadlines are the biggest contributor to stress in the workplace

21 Feb 2017, 12:03 UTC
A New study finds that deadlines are the biggest contributor to stress in the workplace
(200 words excerpt, click title or image to see full post)

That quizzical look
A recent survey by the job search website CareerCast revealed that of the eleven things that cause stress in the workplace, deadlines are the biggest contributor to the stress that employees experience. According to the report “Employees were asked what was the biggest contributing factor to their stress and the survey found that the most common cause was deadlines (30%).” I looked at that with the quizzical look that your dog gives you when they don’t understand you. I thought how can you have a job, any job, that doesn’t have deadlines?
Is this generational?
Perhaps this number is the result of the way the Millennial generation has been reared. No pressure, participation trophies, and hence no deadlines? This has got to actually mean unreasonable deadlines. That will definitely stress you out. But in reading what I was sent I didn’t get the impression they were talking about unreasonable deadlines, just deadlines. You can read the results yourself by clicking here.
The next most stressful event was “Life of Another at Risk” stress factor coming in second at 17%. That is less stressful than just having a deadline???
What is your take on this survey?
Of a ...

Latest Vodcast

Latest Podcast

Advertise PTTU

NASA Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day

astronomy_pod