Job Positions And Job Satisfaction Level

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Job Positions and Job Satisfaction Level Sudip Bista MGT6176.21 08/13/2014 Introduction Statement of Purpose: An employee in the higher occupational position tends to have a higher ability to handle job stress. The cause and coping behavior of stress is affected by individual factors like the age, sex, and individual personality and the individual uses their own ways to reduce the stress and improve the working environment. The article “Relationship between job stress, occupational position and Job satisfaction using a brief job stress questionnaire (BJSQ)” that I have chosen for the research paper talks about the relationship between occupational position and stress related factors, and also explored the factors relating to job satisfaction. The purpose of this study is to determine the association between job stress, occupational position, and job satisfaction using a brief job stress questionnaire (BJSQ) related to workload. Significance of Study: Determining the stress factors is very important in the working environment. Understanding the stress- related psychosomatic problems, and finding the coping ability can improve the working environment. Coping ability all depends on how healthy the individual is in its mental status. Not only this, different occupational position handles their job stress in different ways. Occupational position is classified into three groups as: (i) director; (ii) manager; and (iii) general worker. The content of job is also
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