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Role of Emotional Intelligence in Managing Stress and Anxiety at workplace

  title={Role of Emotional Intelligence in Managing Stress and Anxiety at workplace},
  author={Kumar Sunil and K Y Rooprai},
tThe phenomenon of emotional intelligence is a growing topic for behavioural investigation as researchers strive to understand its influence on various social interactions. Recent research indicates that emotions play an integral par in Managing stress and Anxiety at workplace. A review of the literature highlights the need for examination of the relationship of emotional intelligence as an overarching concept to the Management of Stress and Anxiety. The researcher examines two null hypotheses… 

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