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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition

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Impact Of Demographic Variables On Occupational Stress Among Bank Employees

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V.Karthikeyan, Dr.Shweta Lalwani



Age, Bank, Education, Gender, Length of Service, Occupational Stress,



Banking industry plays a vital role in developing economy of a country. The job nature of bank employees is very tedious. Given the condition, it is extremely important to handle customers and to handle stress as individuals spend most of their time at work; At the work place, various roles are performed which have to be in synchronization with the roles at home and other places. The purpose of the study was to find the differences in Occupational Stress level with respect to demographic variables related to age, gender, Education level and Length of service among bank employees in India. Sample consists of 500 respondents who are working in public and private sector banks in India.Results revealed that there is no significant difference in occupational stress levels with respect to age, gender, education level and length of service. Stress handling training should be imparted on a regular basis, so that the employees working in banking sector will be able to handle the customers who in turn will benefit the organization as well as the customer.



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