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Job Stress in Bank Employees: An Empirical Study

Journal of Organisation and Human Behaviour

Volume 2 Issue 1

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: U.V. Adinaryana Rao, S. Bhanumathi, P. Nagavali | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Stress is a state of being involving demand on physical or mental energy. Stressors may consist of various stimuli in the environment, such as the climate or social conditions. Stress is a subjective experience and hence the cause of stress may differ from person to person or from occupation to occupation. This study aims at identifying the factors causing job stress in Bank employees. A sample of 200 employees of private and public sector banks have been surveyed. Sample was distributed equally among private and public sector banks and 50 male and 50 female respondents from each sector respectively were considered. The study assessed job stress using dichotomy and a comparison was drawn on factors attributed to job stress between private and public sector banks and also the difference between male and female gender. Stratified Random sampling technique was used for collection of data. Maximum probable score and chi square techniques were used to analyze the data. Based on the analysis and interpretation, the article was summarized and concluded.

Keywords: Stressors, Dichotomy, Maximum Possible Score.

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