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LEVEL OF ROLE STRESS AMONG NATIONALIZED BANK EMPLOYEES: A CASE STUDY OF TIRUCHIRAPPALLI DISTRICT

ABSTRACT: This paper examines the level of role stress among nationalized bank employees, Tiruchirappalli District. The Main aim of the study is to find out various reasons for the role stress level of bank employees. This study analysed that the bank employees faced stress in their working area due to their work pressure and inter personal conflicts. The results of the study it is clear that the nationalized bank employees as a whole are found to be more than half high level of role stress and less than half of the bank employees the low level of role stress. Role Stress scale was developed by Agarwal and Ramaswami (1993). Sample bank employees were selected by using simple random sampling method because of easy accessibility and affordability analysed by using statistical package of social sciences.

Keywords: Stress, Role stress, Workplace stress, Bank employees, Nationalized bank;

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K. Saravanan1 and K. MuthuLakshmi2

1Research Scholar, Department of Commerce, Bishop Heber College (Autonomous), Affiliated to Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli-620017, Tamil Nadu, India

2Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, Bishop Heber College (Autonomous), Affiliated to Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli-620017, Tamil Nadu, India

Email Id: saravanakarnan@yahoo.in  


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