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Impact of Depression and Anxiety on Employee Performance: An Empirical Analysis
The goal of this study is to study the effect of despair and anxiety on workers’ overall performance. This research is extensive as it demonstrates how to overcome unhappiness and keep employees’ effective and depressed-free. The consolidated speculation has been well-known, implying that despair and anxiety has a negative effect on employees’ overall performance, i.e., if people are unhappy, they will now not contribute effectively. Employees who are depressed, are considered as a problem or hassle in place of an advantage, for this reason it's far critical for corporations to preserve their personnel out of depression, hold a wholesome work environment, and preserve to adopt recognition applications to make sure that they experience taken care of by the company in all circumstances. This study might be useful resource businesses in recognizing depressive signs. Organizations should overcome depression with a view to accomplish long time oriented organizational objectives.
Dr. Muhammad Zia-ur Rehman
Associate Professor, Department of Leadership and Management Studies, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Research Scholar, National Defence University Islamabad, Pakistan
Muhammad Arif Nawaz
Ph. D Scholar, Department of Commerce, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Punjab, Pakistan