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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 1, Issue 13, Part F (2015)

Contribution of occupational stress, emotional intelligence and quality of life on the work motivation of teachers (Regression)

Author(s)
S Mohan, Dr. D Mohana
Abstract
The aim of the study to find contribution of occupational stress of teachers in relation to their emotional intelligence, quality of life and work motivation, for which the survey method has been adopted. Random sampling technique has been used for the present study for the selection of sample. The sample of the study includes that the different teachers working in schools of Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu. The occupational stress scale constructed by S. Mohan (2014). There is a significant contribution of the occupational stress and quality of life on the work motivation of teachers. The emotional intelligence not significantly contributed to work motivation. 34.8 % of the total variance in occupational stress is attributed occupational stress, emotional intelligence and quality of life on the work motivation of teachers.
Pages: 357-358  |  619 Views  23 Downloads
How to cite this article:
S Mohan, Dr. D Mohana. Contribution of occupational stress, emotional intelligence and quality of life on the work motivation of teachers (Regression). Int J Appl Res 2015;1(13):357-358.
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