International Journal of Research in Management

Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A (2020)

Job stress of employees working in public sector banks: An empirical study

Author(s):

Pratik Deb Roy, Kingshuk Adhikari

Abstract:
Stress among the employees of almost every organization is gradually becoming an important issue across the different countries of the world. Job stress is more pronounced among the employees of corporate world. In the present century, stress has become a buzzword in every organization, be it in public sector or private sector, and no employee can completely ignore it. In financial sector, especially in the banking sector, employees generally experience stress because of numerous reasons and hardly any employee, irrespective of his/her personal background and designation in the organization, can completely overlook the issue of stress at workplace.
The present study makes a modest attempt to analyze the degree of job stress of employees working in different public sector banks operating in Cachar district of Assam. In order to assess the degree of job stress, responses of one hundred and twenty number of bank employees have been obtained by conducting a field survey with the help of a structured schedule. The responses so obtained over the select factors of job stress have been analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, independent two sample t-test to arrive at the findings of the study.

Pages: 37-40  |  842 Views  369 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Pratik Deb Roy, Kingshuk Adhikari. Job stress of employees working in public sector banks: An empirical study. Int. J. Res. Manage. 2020;2(2):37-40.
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