To measurer the Attitude of organization members in managing stress during working hours

Ghulam Muhammad Kundi, Aziz Javed, Muh Saqib Khan


Almost every person experience some of kind stress in day to day life. “Stress” is a dynamic condition in which an individual is confronted with an opportunity, constraint or demand, related to what he or she desires for which outcome is perceived to be both uncertain and important”. In an nformal sense, stress management refers to what we all do quite spontaneously on a day to day basis. In this sense we all manage our stress more or less effectively. A major way, in which we achieve this, is, through the use of coping strategies / mechanisms. These are conscious attempts to adapt to stress in a positive and constructive way. Our objective for the current research work is 1. To assess the degree of stress management skills of people working in Chashma. 2. To measure the attitude of people towards stress management. The population of this study consists of people working at Chashma in Public Sector. Sampling Technique A sample of fifty respondents will be selected through convenience sampling technique. The primary data is collected through questionnaire and secondary data is collected from books, and retrieved from online resources. The data collected will be analyzed using different descriptive analytical methods e.g. tabulation and t-test of significance. In the view of the research work conducted it is found that although there are sufficient facilities to reduce stress at different level by stress management such as sports centre, club, swimming pool but there is no proper employee support program to combat organizational stress. Stressors such as limited availability of daily life utilities such as shopping area, high quality education for children and child elderly care are lacking.

KEY Words: Stress, management skills, Public Sector, stress management

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