An Analysis of the Bank Employees Domains of Occupational Stress with Reference to Kottayam District, Kerala

@article{Issac2018AnAO,
  title={An Analysis of the Bank Employees Domains of Occupational Stress with Reference to Kottayam District, Kerala},
  author={Renji Issac and V. D. Krishnaveni},
  journal={International Journal of Engineering \& Technology},
  year={2018}
}
Occupational stress is a common phenomenon that is pervasive in every industry. The domains of stress, especially in the banking sector, consist of the demand of inter role performance, role stagnation, role expectation, conflict of role, role erosion, role overload, role isolation, personal inadequacy, role ambiguity, role distance and resource inadequacy. The work stress in the banking industry occurs because of the effects on one’s understanding of one’s working atmosphere, strengths… 

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