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The number of respondents was around 80. The questionnaire to assess work performancedeveloped by Abramis was used in this research, and it consisted of 4 distinctive questions(Abramis, 1994). The questionnaire about stress used in this research was developed byMathangi Vijayan, which consisted of 7 distinctive items (Vijayan, 2017). These 7 items were
12 |P a g efurther divided into 3 sections (Vijayan, 2017). The questionnaire about supervision and jobrelated stress are developed by Eric G. Lambert and Terry Cluse-Tolar and there are 5questions.(Eric G. Lambert, Lambert, & Tollar, 2007)The following data was gathered from web sources, and Google Scholar reports. Firstly, wepicked some keywords related to our research subject, such as 'Impact of Stress on WorkPerformance,' and used Google Scholar to find relevant literature for our study. We used thosein our literature review and reported after testing and paraphrasing them. In addition to that,the report format was created using class notes. For data analysis, we have used SPSS, whichincluded Pearson correlation analysis, factor analysis, ANOVA testing, and regression modelanalysis.We have already mentioned that online platforms have been used only to collect data fromrespondents since we had a prohibition on collecting data in person. As a result, it was doubtfuland unclear whether participants responded appropriately or not. Also, as it was an onlinesurvey, people did not respond in a timely fashion.
13 |P a g eFindings & AnalysisThe study's overall sample size was 80 workers from Bangladeshi organizations. There were55 percent males and 45 percent females among the 80 responders. 67.5 percent of respondentswere between the ages of 20 and 35, 21.3 percent were between the ages of 36 and 50, and 11.3percent were between the ages of 51 and 65. In terms of employment experience, 56.3 percenthad less than 5 years, 22.5 percent had 6-10 years of experience, 7.5 percent had 11 to 15 yearsof experience, and 5% had more than 15 years of experience.Descriptive StatisticsMeanStd.DeviationNPerformance3.2406.7164980Stress3.320454545454546.55306826590174980Table 1: Result of Sample Mean and Standard DeviationThe mean and standard deviation of the sample of 80 employees surveyed are shown in Table1. The statistical mean for performance is 3.24, per this descriptive statistics table. As a result,the 80 employees' average motivation was 3.24 out of 6. Performance has a mean of 3.32.Individual values' average distance from the mean is represented by the standard deviation.Furthermore, the Standard deviation values are less than one, indicating that the data we'vecollected isn't too dispersed. The standard deviation for performance is .71, meaning individualmotivation values of the employees surveyed are discrete from the mean by an average of (+)or (-) .71. Similarly, the standard deviation for stress is .55.

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Summer
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tua
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Stress, Jamal, Occupational health psychology, Workplace stress

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