DIE EFFEKTIWITEIT VAN ’N STRESBESTUURSPROGRAM AAN ’N TERSIÊRE OPLEIDINGSINSTELLING

  • Rina Buys Departement Maatskaplike Werk en Kriminologie, Universiteit van Pretoria, Pretoria, Suid-Afrika.
  • Lourie Terblanche Departement Maatskaplike Werk en Kriminologie, Universiteit van Pretoria, Pretoria, Suid-Afrika.

Abstract

Stevens (2004:5) merk tereg op dat “employees are essentially corporate athletes and we haveto keep them healthy and in peak performance on the playing field of the workplace”. Stevensbeklemtoon die belangrikheid van gesonde en stresvrye werknemers as belegging in dietoekoms en sukses van enige organisasie.

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