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Influence of Job Stress on Interpersonal Skills among Government Employees

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 6)

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Page : 448-452

Keywords : Job stress; Government Employees; Interpersonal Skills; Designation;

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We examined the influence of job stress on interpersonal skills among Government employees. Data was collected from sixty participants comprised of thirty were males and thirty were females. The collected information was evaluated using IBMSPSS 20. Pearson?s correlation, independent t-test, and one way ANOVA were employed. Results exposed that there was no significant influence of job stress on interpersonal skills. Stress and interpersonal skills by their designation was also compared. Results indicated that First-Division clerks experienced more stress than Section Officers, Under Secretaries and Deputy Secretaries. Section Officers has good interpersonal skills, other designations have less interpersonal skills. To conclude job stress does not have any effect on interpersonal skills among state Government employees. It has also found that section officer has more interpersonal skills compare to undersecretary and deputy secretary. Further, first division clerk has high job stress related to other designations.

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