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A Study of Workplace Stress and the Stifling Productivity of Teaching Faculty of B-schools of National Capital Region of Delhi

Drishtikon: A Management Journal

Volume 5 Issue 2

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Renu Vij | Author(s) Affiliation: Research Scholar, Department of Management MS University, Trirunvelei, Tamil Nadu, India.
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This study examined the impact of the factors which create work stress, determine the level of stress among of teaching faculties of Private Management Education Institutions of Greater Noida, NCR Region and their affect on their performance. This is an empirical study based on survey method among hundred teachers of Private Management Education Institutions of Greater Noida, NCR Region. We each perceive and respond to the demands and pressures differently. Therefore, the experience and exposure has attitudinal difference on the teaching performance. The understanding of the attitude level of teachers helps the policy makers to formulate such policies for the improvement in their performance and reduction of stress intensity. To assess the stress level of the respondents towards the organization factors, Factor Analysis and SPSS has been applied. This survey finds and suggests the measures of reducing work stress and pressure. No significant relationship is found in the attitude and stress level of respondents from different age groups, educational status, designation, and income level among the selected Management schools of Greater Noida, NCR Region. The ratio of interpersonal relationships can cause considerable degree of stress. 17.33 per cent of the professionals with higher experience had higher percentage of stress level due to job related factors. Furthermore, the trained employees demonstrated significant increases in the work-related scales of workplace satisfaction and value of contribution. Results suggest that encouragement to teachers to attain new skills and provision of monetary–aid to attend faculty development programs, workshops, Symposia, Conferences at National and International level motivate them to focus on their career advancement and encourage to be stable in the Institute. Stress Relief Techniques will improve the service quality and reduce the stress. Stress buster techniques should be focused in the Private Management Institutes in form of Yoga, Games, Meditation, and Get together with the Top Management and Workplace stretches.

Keywords: Stress, Stress Relief Techniques, Stress Management

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