The book reviews how to deal with the workplace stress – air traffic controllers in context, and how to improve the organizational performance. The author concludes that the workplace stress is positively correlated with job satisfaction and job control, and negatively correlated to the health and stress coping strategies with the values of 0.700, 0.856, -0.446, -0.751 respectively. Organizational performance is positively correlated with job satisfaction, job control and stress coping strategies, and negatively correlated to the health with the values of 0.500, 0.576, 0.457 and -0.210 respectively. Job satisfaction is positively correlated with the health and stress coping strategies; and negatively correlated with job control with the values of 0.625, 0.507 and -0.676 respectively. Job control is negatively correlated with health and positively correlated with stress coping strategies with the values of -0.494 and 0.715 respectively; while health is negatively correlated with the stress coping strategies with the value of -0.237. All the values are significant either at the 0.01 or 0.05 levels.