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UK: Three of a kind - How to stop stress from taking over. - Managing Employee Stress

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Managing Employee Stress

Lesley Towner, Kogan Page £7.99

A businesslike account of the challenges facing the managers of pressurised staff. Towner's writing is thoughtful and informative: 'Before any of us can look after our employees, we need to look after ourselves.'

Best of its kind

The Stress Pocketbook

Mary Richards, Management Pocketbooks £6.99

This brief summary provides a useful diagnostic checklist of the symptoms of stress, and strategies for dealing with them. It is upbeat and succinct - the gentle reminder you need when it's all getting too much.

Could be useful

Energizing the workplace: a strategic response to stress

Kim James and Tanya Arroba, Gower £42.50

This rigorous analysis will support any manager's attempts to get to grips with stress inside the organisation. Its 'big picture' approach will help readers develop more effective strategies for combating deep-rooted problems.

Could be useful.

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