RESEARCH ARTICLE


The Contribution of Stress Management and Good Employee Performance Towards the Success of a Company



Eddy Soeryanto Soegoto*, Umi Narimawati
Department of Management, Faculty of Business Economics and Management, Universitas Komputer, Bandung, Indonesia


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© 2017 Soegoto and Narimawati.

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* Address correspondence to this author at the Department of Management, Faculty of Business Economics and Management, Universitas Komputer, Bandung, Indonesia; Tel: +628122221691; E-mail: eddysoeryanto@unikom.ac.id


Abstract

Introduction:

Today, factors which drive a company’s success are basically workers’ personality and one of the factors affecting work is self-management, which includes stress management. It is this factor which can later influence the performance of a worker within a company.

Aims:

In this case, the present study aimed to examine the contribution of personal stress management to an employee’s performance and how such influence may affect a company’s success. The main focus of this study was to evaluate stress management and its effect on employees’ performance. This study took place in Bandung at organization X and we applied a descriptive survey method as the most appropriate means of the study. The participants were purposively selected comprising 34 employees.

Conclusion:

The results revealed that there are many stress factors employees endure though they don’t significantly affect performance, but still influence most of their decisions to leave the company due to continuous dissatisfaction. It is therefore recommended that such a company should establish a most appropriate strategy to prevent stress within its employees.

Keywords: Work stress, Stress management, Stress, Success, Personal character, Employee performance.