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Job stress and its impact on employees performance: A study on banking sector

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The purpose of the study was to assess the causes of job stress factors in banking industries, and also find out the job related stress among the employees in bank's systems and investigate the influence of job stress on the performance of employees in the banking institution. The study reported responses of 164 bank employees from selected area i.e. Hyderabad city. The census method was adopted in the collection of the data from the individual employee's responses and tested by the percentages and ANOVAs with the help of the SPSS 20.0 version. The results indicated that there was a significant impact of Job stress on demographic factors of employees, and also job stress shows significant influence on an employee's job performance towards their tasks. According through employees' opinions, stress impact on bank employees' performance. To overcome this job stress, coping strategies like individual and organizational strategies are helpful to overcome this stress and it also helpful to improve their job performance and job satisfaction.
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  • Department of Business Management, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India
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