Role of work stress and coping strategies of employee’s Performance: An Empirical study with reference to private university employees.
The article tries to explore the role of Work stress and coping strategies of employee performance, This study is an attempt to emphasis that performance of employees is influenced by Work stress and effort expended by them in coping with stress. Private university Employees are not a stress free community. Overall similarity in coping behavior of employees is indicative of a possibility that the bureaucratic structure has an important role to play in deciding the reactions of employees. According to Lazarus & Folk man (1984) coping is a mechanism of handling external and internal demands that are exceeding the resources of the person in order to prevent negative consequences. This research paper is inferential analysis in nature and makes use of primary data as well as secondary data .Regression analysis were used to test the statistical significance of this impact and ANOVA were used to test the hypothesis. The study found that Majority of employees perceived moderate work stress that are inter-related with Employee’s Performance.
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