Potential sources of stress Discussion 3

Potential sources of stress Discussion 3

Potential sources of stress Discussion 3

David and Sarah are married and have two young children. Both David and
> Sarah have full-time jobs. David is an accountant, and Sarah is a lawyer.
>
> Sarah is working on a tough case at work and often comes home from work in
> a bad mood. She takes out her frustration on David and the children by
> yelling and losing patience with them. David concludes that Sarah’s
> on-the-job stress is affecting her behavior at home.
>
>    – What are some potential sources of stress for Sarah?
>    – Which model of work-family conflict do you think best explains what
>    Sarah is experiencing — the spillover model, the compensation model, or
> the
>    segmentation model?
>    – If you were an employer, what types of work-life supports would you
>    offer?
>    – Discuss the advantages, risks, and considerations of each work-life

>    support. Provide a summary of coping skills and techniques Sarah may
>    utilize to combat stress and strain.
>
>
>  As you think about this discussion post, you might want to review some of
> the perks for employees of the top companies to work for in 2013.  Google
> has consistently been in the top “Best Companies to Work For.”
>
http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/best-companies/
>
> Employers have to think outside the box and get more creative in their
> work/life benefits.  Are there any benefits offered by the top places to
> work that surprise you?
>
> DrC
>
>
> Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology [VitalSouce bookshelf
> version]. Retrieved from
http://digitalbookshelf.argosy.edu/books/055821715X/id/ch03lev1sec2

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