Global Journal of Commerce & Management Perspective
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An Empirical Study of Impact of Selected Stress Variables on Employee Behaviour

L Mohana kumara, T.Nagendra kumar & J V Ramana

The study contributes to a deeper understanding of the impact of different stress factors such as insufficient time, job security on employee behaviour in engineering colleges with respect to Vijayawada city. It analyses the relationship between stress factors (independent variables) and employee behaviour (dependent variable) in the work place. The data employed to analyze the factors were obtain through a questionnaire that was conducted in February 2016 in Vijayawada a city in India. Stress is a term that is widely used in everyday life with most people having some appreciation about its meaning. Occupational stress can be defined as the physiological and emotional responses that occur when workers perceive an imbalance between their work demands and their capability and/or resources to meet these demands. The success of any organization or its failure depends on the employee behavior. Hence in the present study an analysis of the employee behaviour. The major findings of the study indicated that insufficient time (stress factor) is not influencing anxiousness (behaviour factor), insufficient time (stress factor) is influencing conflicting nature of employees (behaviour factor), insufficient time (stress factor) is influencing escape nature of employees (behaviour factor), job security (stress factor) is not influencing regularity (behaviour factor), job security (stress factor) is influencing responsibility (behaviour factor).

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