Coping with Job Loss and Career Stress: Effectiveness of Stress Management Training with Outplaced Employees
Description: A stress management intervention was developed and integrated into the services provided by one of the nation's largest outplacement consultants. The purpose of the intervention was to aid outplacement clients in the management and resolution of stress associated with job loss and career transition. Based on the results of this study, the intervention had the effect of helping treatment participants maintain their levels of effective coping when compared to nonparticipants. This study supports the hypothesis that stress management training can be helpful for unemployed individuals and may impact their emotional well-being as they go through the job search process.
Date: August 1995
Creator: Maysent, Anne Miya
Partner: UNT Libraries