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Stress management is a common knowledge and should be applied by each individual in order to reduce high stress levels due the demands and pressures of works and personal life of each individual. Although not most of all, Stress Management can be implemented by a business owner (SMEs) so that any activity which they do business to run well and thrive. In addition, Stress Management can be used to manage the activities of the organization is currently running businesses, business owners can also apply stress management on their personal lives in order to create a balance between business activities and their personal lives. Causes of stress on business owners came from a variety of sources which is derived from organizational factors and individual factors that each individual has a different and its own way of dealing with every obstacle that can possibly create stress. The purpose of this study was to determine the causes of stress on business owners, especially in culinary’s bussines owners (Food and Beverage) and how they perform is seen by the Stress Management Organizational and Individual aspects. The subjects in this study is the Owner of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Culinary derived from Kediri be a participant in this study. The approach used in this study is a qualitative case study approach. From the results of the study, researchers found that the phenomena that occur related to the causes of stress and stress management is different for each individuals. The Stressors on Owner of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Culinary are need to known that the process of Stres Manajement can be done in order to maintain the continuity of their bussiness
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