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34.Bindurani R. S. Shambushankar and A. P. Hosmani (2014)37-The study is highlighting the causes of stress and the effect of stress on employee job performance. The most important aspect for employees in the work place to have a sound mental health in order for them to actualize their full potential and to add value to the organization. Too much work, time boundary, poorly defined responsibilities, an unsupportive boss, a lack of control and many other factors can constitute stressors which make an employee physically or mentally ill. 35.Sunita Rao, Sandhya Mohan and Bhawana Pandey (2014)38- In the modern world of 21stcentury stress is termed as disease of century as it is believed to cause more ailments than anything known to modern medicine. Stress in occupation is a condition or a feeling experienced when an employee perceives that demands placed on him exceed the personal and social resources he is able to mobilize. He has a
A Study on Stress Management of Employees at Commercial Banks with Special Reference to State Bank of India.2016Chapter No. 02: Research Methodology and Review of Literature. Page 59 feeling of losing control over events, which is stressful. In the study analysis of the level of occupational stress and performance level among Public and Private sector bank employees. Conclusion of the research was that, while Private sector bank employees expressed inter-role distance, role expectation conflict and role overload as factors causing stress, Public sector bank employees showed disagreement towards almost all the factors causing stress. 36.A. Xavior Selvakumar & S. Lawrence Immanuel (2015)39-Stress refers to the strain from the conflict between our external environment and us, leading to emotional and physical pressure. In our fast paced world, it is impossible to live without stress, whether you are a student or a working adult. Job stress level of permanent employees in private and public sector banks, results founded the public sector banks’ employees significantly affected more by stress due to no control on their jobs, social unsupported by the mangers, and mechanistic and strict organizational structure than the private sector bank’s employees. This article highlights employees stress management in public and private sector banks in Nagapattinam district. 37.A. Mahalakshmi and P. Jeyasri (2015)40-Stress will be in every aspect either personal or official. The stress can be avoided only by handling the situation in the right direction. The management should take initiative to engage the employees with the training on motivational factors.
A Study on Stress Management of Employees at Commercial Banks with Special Reference to State Bank of India.2016Chapter No. 02: Research Methodology and Review of Literature. Page 60 Identification and controlling of negative feelings with a realistic approach of perceiving life and replacing of negative and rigid thoughts with positive, flexible and realistic thoughts for behaving rationally and productively. The behavioral approaches to stress management include exercise, and eating a balanced and healthy diet as well as scheduling time for leisure and pleasure.