July 30, 2018
Job Stress among the Employees at HDFC Bank of Hyderabad
The present world is fast changing and there are lots of pressures and demands at work. These pressures at work lead to physical disorders. Stress refers to individual’s reaction to a disturbing factor in the environment. In Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC), the employees are having stress because of the heavy work load and other factors. Hence this study would help the organization to know the factors of stress and the impact of stress in employees. Since it is well known fact that healthy employee is a productive employee, so this empirical study was conducted to find out the ways of reducing stress of employees in HDFC using questionnaire method. Results revealed that around 60% of the employees believed sometimes the company imposes heavy work for a single person, about 40% did agree to assign additional workers for reducing stress and 45.2% of the respondents were satisfied with the motivational programs conducted by the organization. Around 73.2% of the respondents agreed sometimes the company arranges for informal trips for reducing stress and around 52.88% of the respondents believed that good working ambient along with proper planning reduce stress. Finally, majority (60%) of the respondents confessed that always there is a stress feeling among them. Therefore, Bank managers should employ some methods to remove stress problem in their workplaces.
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© 2018 Sambrani, S & Tavana, B. A
How to cite this article:
Sambrani, S & Tavana, B. A (2018). Job Stress among the Employees at HDFC Bank of Hyderabad. International Journal of Indian Psychology, 6(3), 40-51. DIP:18.01.025/20180603, DOI:10.25215/0603.025
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