OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG WORKERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Tehseen Ahmad, Qamar Afaq Qureshi, Iftikhar Ahmad

Abstract


The work related stress, occupational stress and job stress are used synonymously. Stress has now become the universal issue. Present era is known as the era of stress. Everyone has the right to spend his life more happily. How? Is the question that arises here. Everyone experiences stressful situations, though people react to them in different ways. The objective of this study was to identify the main sources of occupational stress affecting different occupational settings in the developing countries. This study utilized qualitative research methods of theoretical Network Approach (TNA). Various papers were studied to get the final conclusion. Respondents identified the most frequent sources of stress, their outcomes and the information about the types of stress on their places of work. It provides an opportunity to the employers & employees to take various steps to reduce stress among employees.

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