International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part K (2017)
The role of perceived occupational stress on organizational effectiveness
Dr. DS Latha
Stress is considered as an involuntary response to a dangerous situation. In the present situation teaching profession is a stressful profession. Day by day the level of stress of this profession is on the increase. Many recent happenings in the country put teaching profession in morbid fear and danger. As a result the stress of daily living increases. This study attempts to explore the role of perceived occupational stress on organizational effectiveness. The Perceived Occupational Stress developed by Srivastava and Singh (1984) was used for the study. The study revealed significant association between organization effectiveness and designation, age and experience of the faculty. From the Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) it was observed that there is no significant difference in the organization effectiveness scores among different dimensions of perceived occupational stress among the faculty with different types of stress. Further the regression analysis revealed that the perceived occupational stress components are closely associated with the organization effectiveness.
How to cite this article:
Dr. DS Latha. The role of perceived occupational stress on organizational effectiveness. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(1): 783-789.