Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND JOB SATISFACTION OF IT EMPLOYEES IN CHENNAI CITY
G. NANDAKUMAR, Dr.M.G.LOGANATHAN
Abstract
Everybody wants stress-free life. In this research study Descriptive Research method is applied to find out the Occupational stress and job satisfaction of IT employees in Chennai City. Simple random sampling is used to collect the data. In total researcher contacted 140 employees to whom the questionnaires were distributed, out of which 120 were received complete in all respects. Hence, sample size is 120. Suitable statistical tools are applied. Further, descriptive statistic, correlation and regression are computed. It is found that monotonous assignments, family problems, inadequate authority to match responsibilities, too much multi-task, poor relationship with their superiors and less salary in comparison to their peer are influenced the job satisfaction of IT employees in Chennai.
Keywords
Occupational stress, Job satisfaction, IT employees and Chennai
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