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Title: Organizational Role Stress and Job Satisfaction in Public and Private Bank Employees of Pakistan

Authors: Shazia Khalid*and Zarish Javed

Topic: Management

Abstract:

The aim of the study was to see the relationship between organizational role stress and job satisfaction in public and private bank employees. It was hypothesized there would be a relationship between organizational role stress and job satisfaction in public and private bank employees.  The sample comprised of 150 managers, operation managers and cashiers (M age=33. 9, SD=6. 15) selected from different public and private banks of Lahore. Perceived Stress Scale (Cohen, Mermelstein & Kamarck, 1983) and Job Satisfaction Survey (Spector, 1994) were used to measure role stress and job satisfaction. Results demonstrated a significant negative relationship between organization role stress and job satisfaction. The results of the current study will help in diminishing stress related to role (job) of bankers and promoting job satisfaction in them which would increase their productivity.

Keywords: Role stress, Job Satisfaction, Employees of banking sector

 

 

 

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    COMMENT - 1

  • VASEEM KAMALUDDIN SHAIKH (Viewer) 31st Jan 2015 - 12:52 AM
    The study done is very detailed analysis supported with statistical data. The study has produced many important findings:
    1. There is relationship between role stress and job satisfaction in public and private banks.
    2. Public and private bank employees have same level of stress regarding their (roles).
    3. Private banks’ employees have high level of job satisfaction as compared to public banks.
    4. Employees with more work experiences have high level of job satisfaction.

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  • SHAZIA KHALID (Author) 31st Jan 2015 - 6:45 PM
    thanks

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  • SHAZIA KHALID (Author) 31st Jan 2015 - 6:45 PM
    thanks