Analysis Between Levels of Procrastination and Occupational Stress among Working Professionals Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic
Keywords:Procrastination, Occupational stress, COVID-19, Work from Home, Indian working professional, Likert Scale
AbstractThis present research aims to investigate the relationship between procrastination and occupational stress among Indian working professionals during COVID-19 while working from home. The sample size selected is 106 from 26 Indian states. The data is recorded based on the Assessment of Procrastination and Perceived Stress Rating Scale (APPOSRS). APPOSRS Likert scale consists of 20 items i.e., 10 items evaluate procrastination and 10 items evaluate occupational stress. The reliability for Cronbach’s Alpha is 0.801, Spearman-Brown Coefficient is 0.664 and Guttman Split Half Coefficient is 0.657. The mean for procrastination is 34.17 with a standard deviation of 5.66. The mean for occupational stress is 32.81 with a standard deviation of 6.74. Findings suggest a positive correlation between procrastination and occupational stress significant at 0.01 levels. (Pearson Co-relation .497)
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Ms. Dishani Chakraborty, & Ms. Ishita Chakraborty. (2022). Analysis Between Levels of Procrastination and Occupational Stress among Working Professionals Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.25215/1001.128
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