Identification of Sources of Job Stress: A Study of Bank Marketing Executives

Sharma, Sakshi & Singh, Jashandeep (2016). Identification of Sources of Job Stress: A Study of Bank Marketing Executives, Journal of Organization & Human Behaviour. 26-31.

6 Pages Posted: 12 Aug 2016

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Dr. Sakshi Sharma

Maharishi Markendeshwar Group of Institution - Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMU)

Dr. Jashandeep Singh

Date Written: August 11, 2016

Abstract

The present study identified the sources of job stress among marketing executives working in private banking sector of Punjab. A self-administered questionnaire consisting of personal information and items related to respondents’ job stress was used to collect the data from 600 marketing executives. The factors having potential to produce job stress identified through factor analysis are ‘lack of clarity and growth’, ‘work-life imbalance’, ‘work overload’, ‘lack of autonomy’, ‘unachievable targets’, ‘poor communication system’ and ‘poor interpersonal relations’. The detailed findings and managerial implications for private banks are discussed.

Keywords: JobStress, Sources, Stressors, Banking, Marketing Executives

JEL Classification: M00, M1, M50, M59, M39

Suggested Citation

Sharma, Sakshi and Singh, Dr. Jashandeep, Identification of Sources of Job Stress: A Study of Bank Marketing Executives (August 11, 2016). Sharma, Sakshi & Singh, Jashandeep (2016). Identification of Sources of Job Stress: A Study of Bank Marketing Executives, Journal of Organization & Human Behaviour. 26-31.. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2821557

Sakshi Sharma

Maharishi Markendeshwar Group of Institution - Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMU)

Mullana
Ambala, Haryana 136119
India

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