OCCUPATION STRESS AND ITS IMPACT ON EMPLOYEES MOTIVATION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PRIVATE BANKS IN CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU
The present study is mainly focussing on the impact of motivational aspects due to stress in the organisation. There are 20 banks selected and 300 sample were collected through quota sampling techniques. The Primary method of data collection were used to collect the data. There results indicates that the responding are in younger age feels that Job is stress creating factors which affects the motivation however the respondents in the age range between 36 years to 40 years and 40years and above are opinion that job constitutes the less amount of stress which influence the motivation some extent. The respondents are in the age range 31 years to 35 years are highly believed that interpersonal factors has contributes for the stress which intern increase or decreases the motivation levels based on the mean score that is M=1.26 and ± 0.44 standard deviation. The respondents are in the age range 36 years to 40 years are opinions that cultural factors influence more on stress which represents the motivation of the respondents based on the mean score 1.43, ±0.50 standard deviation. There is a need of strategical attention to be given to the job related factors.
Occupational Stree, Job related, Organisational factor, Work related, Motivation