Effects of Occupational Stress and Coping Strategies on Job Satisfaction among employees
Keywords:Spirituality, gratitude, demographic variables, students
AbstractThe goal of this study was to discover the link between occupational stress, coping, and job satisfaction in employees. The study included 100 (50 male, 50 female) employees from various occupations ranging in age from 25 to 60 years. The following scales were used: the Shukla and Srivastava New Job Stress Scale, the Hamby, Grych, and Banyard Coping Scale, and the Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire. The data was analysed using Pearson’s correlation. The study’s findings revealed a positive relationship between coping and job satisfaction, but a negative relationship between occupational stress and job satisfaction. The gender difference in coping and job satisfaction was significant, but not in occupational stress.
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