A Comparative Study of Job Stress and Coping Strategies in Men and Women with Special Reference to Middle Level Managers in Private Sector

Trends, Challenges and Innovations in Management, 2015

14 Pages Posted: 15 Nov 2015

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Ramesh Miryala

Mahatma Gandhi University

John Mennakanti

Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda

Date Written: November 12, 2015

Abstract

The study aims at exploring the aspects contributing organizational stress and the coping strategies adapted by individuals. The paper examines these aspects in detailed form. The data is collected from 102 employees working at middle level in various private sector organizations. Further a detailed analysis is pursued in exploring gender differences in occupational stressors and the coping strategies. The findings of the study signify the gender differences, which may help the policy makers to emulate the policies for sustainable organizational development.

Keywords: Stress, Coping Strategies, Gender, Occupational Stress

JEL Classification: M12, M14, M54

Suggested Citation

Miryala, Ramesh and Mennakanti, John, A Comparative Study of Job Stress and Coping Strategies in Men and Women with Special Reference to Middle Level Managers in Private Sector (November 12, 2015). Trends, Challenges and Innovations in Management, 2015, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2690054

Ramesh Miryala (Contact Author)

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Telangana
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John Mennakanti

Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda ( email )

Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh 508254
India

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