Factors Causing Stress and Impact on Job Performance, “A Case Study of Banks of Bahawalpur, Pakistanâ€

Muhammad Rashid Badar


Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the potential factors that cause stress, and how they affect the job performance of employees in banking sector of Pakistan.

Design/Methodology: In this study a survey has been conducted with the help of questionnaire in which a likert scale and in depth face to face interviews have been used.

Findings: Findings of the study shows that lower salaries, increased workload, market competition, management, peer support and behavior, longer time frames at work, lack of acknowledgement, public dealing and higher targets are the factors which causes stress and they negatively effects the performance of bank workers.

Keywords: Stress, Market Competition, Peer, Acknowledgement, Performance.

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