The benefits of interventions for work related stress j j van der klink r w blonk and perceived quality of work life conclusions stress management interventions are effective cognitive behavioral interventions are more effective than the other intervention types full text the full text of this article is available as a pdf 109k. Reported job stress in the us workforce is on the increase among the causes are downsizing reorganization the pressures of global competition and constantly changing new technology this edited book of empirical studies presents models for job stress intervention at both the individual level . Interventions designed to reduce symptoms and impact on burnout and work related stress were conducted more often at an individual or small group level than at an organizational level individual level interventions that can reduce burnout include staff training workshops and cognitive behavioral programs. Also the interventions can be primary reducing stressors at work secondary reducing stress burnout etc and tertiary reducing the long term consequences of work related stress. Stress management interventions tend to be ameliorative often focusing on restoring resources that have been depleted by the work environment whereas workplace health promotion and wellness programs tend to be more preventive enhancing job and personal resources for all employees
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