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A study on the impact of occupational stress on the performance of teachers of pavaratty, thrissur

A study on the impact of occupational stress on the performance of teachers of pavaratty, thrissur


Author(s): Swaliha Mariyam KN

Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has brought changes in several sectors, the notable among that is working from home and usage of electronic gadgets for official work. Along with this, the methodology of teaching has gone in to drastic change, chalks and boards are replaced by electronic gadgets and the teachers are forced to adapt the changes. This compulsion to change and challenges in conducting online classes gives enormous occupational stress to the teachers. The purpose of this study is to analyse the impact of occupational stress on teaching performance of the teachers. An analytical research design is adopted and for this purpose 103 respondents from various institutions in Pavaratty were selected by means of convenience sampling technique. IBM SPSS and Microsoft Excel were used for data analysis and inferences were drawn from it. The study reveals that, teachers does not sacrifice their performance due to occupational stress. And stress management techniques helped them to reduce their stress. The study also throws light on the fact that occupational stress is quite a personal matter and that the perception of the situation enables one to cope with it effectively, being aware of the causes of occupational stress and monitoring it properly.

DOI: 10.22271/27084515.2022.v3.i1c.121

Pages: 128-136 | Views: 60 | Downloads: 29

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Swaliha Mariyam KN. A study on the impact of occupational stress on the performance of teachers of pavaratty, thrissur. Asian J Manage Commerce 2022;3(1):128-136. DOI: 10.22271/27084515.2022.v3.i1c.121
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