ABSTRACT

Occupational stress affects individual’s potency and its organisation’s work environment. Occupational stress is becoming one of the alarming problems worldwide due to intense pressure, deadlines and competition to survive. Earlier studies reveal that occupational stress can cause serious damage to the health of employees which ultimately incur huge losses to organization and its environment. The work of nationalised bank employees is one of the stressful jobs in present day as they are dealing with financial transaction and expected with accuracy. The research paper aims to compare the various dimensions of sources of stress among bank Executives under study with respect to their Gender, Length of Service and Designation. Sample of the study has been selected from nationalised banks of Udham Singh Nagar region of Uttarakhand. The functioning of banking sector has witnessed drastic changes because of liberalization, privatization, and globalization and information technology. So with these challenges employees leading forward by delivering their services which consequently resulting in pressure and work under consistent pressure results in disturbance in an employee’s mental and physical wellness. The entry of private banks has influenced the expectations of customers as they have initiated numerous value added services. In the light of these grounds it is vital to study the work related stress confronted by bank employees and the stressors responsible for causing stress. In this research paper terms like occupational stress, work stress and job stress are used synonymously.

For full text of this article, Contact Mr. Jitender Sharma at jitender.sharma@jaipuria.ac.in

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