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6.Nadeem Malik (2011)9-Stress is a universal element and persons from nearly every walk of life have to face stress. Stress can have negative impacts on both the employee and the organization. This research checked that what the impact occupational stress produced upon employees. The study describes the occupational stress in public and private banks. A randomly selected sample of 200 employees from private and public banks shows that occupational stress is found higher among private bank employees compared to public
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 44 bank employees. Among different occupational stress variables role over load, role authority, role conflict and lack of senior level support contribute more to the occupational stress. Bank employees cannot afford the time to relax and wind down when they are faced with work variety, discrimination, favoritism, delegation and conflicting tasks. 7.Renu V. V. (2012)10- The study is confined to the male population of 200 bank employees of the Nationalized and Non-Nationalized Banks of Chandigarh City. Hence; stress management approaches might be beneficial to the organizations to change the attitude of Nationalized and Non-Nationalized Bank employees. The researchers study the stress level while considering few stress variables of bank employees of the Nationalized Banks and Non-Nationalized Banks in Chandigarh, Union Territory. 8.Mohd. Mohsin, Md. Aktar Kamal (2012)11- Stress testing is one of the effective and popular ways to alert bank management with regard to adverse unexpected outcomes related to variety of risks and provides an indication how much capital might be needed to absorb losses should large shocks occur. The authors have studied stress test first from theoretical standpoint and then conducted stress testing of credit, equity and liquidity shocks of ten commercial banks of Bangladesh. The study finds that the large numbers of banks are capable of withstanding liquidity shocks while a half of the banks under study are resilient to defend the equity
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 45 shocks. The credit shocks were varied under different categories. The study has also pointed out some additional CAR that the banks to collect to absorb the shocks. 9.Yasir Arafat Elahi and Mishra Apoorva (2012)12- The study is disclosed the significant differences in stress experience among short, medium and long tenure groups. so it has been observed that the total and for six types of role stress, experienced the minimum stress, medium tenure group experienced a medium level stress and the short tenure group experienced the maximum stress, pointing out the significant existence of a negative relationship between length of service and role stress.