Role of stress management courses: A case study of banking sector employees
There is high degree of occupational stress amongst the bank employees because of long working hours, role conflict and political pressure. The study aimed to see the impact of stress management courses on banking sector employees. A sample of 120 employees working in private sector banks in South-West Delhi was selected for study. Out of 120 respondents 60 were selected for experimental group and rest 60 were selected for control group. Scale developed by Shivastava and Singh (1981) was used to measure occupational stress. The data was interpreted with the help of mean, standard deviation and ‘t’ test.
Shavita Deshwal. Role of stress management courses: A case study of banking sector employees. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 684-685