International Journal of Commerce and Management Research


ISSN: 2455-1627

Vol. 3, Issue 2 (2017)

A study on occupational stress among employees of public and private sector textile mills with reference to Coimbatore District

Author(s): Dr. NA Krishnamurthy, S Jagatheeswari
Abstract: Occupational stress arising to an employee is due to non-conducive work environment. In today’s era of globalization, the textile mills are facing tough competition in producing quality products on par with global standards. Working condition makes the employee to work with high stress and pressure which leads to fatigue. When they are working in the same state of condition in the textile mills for the next day their Occupational stress arising to an employee is due to non-conducive work environment. In today’s era of globalization, the textile mills are facing tough competition in producing quality products on par with global standards. Working condition makes the employee to work with high stress and pressure which leads to fatigue. ‘Stress’ refers to the responses, body and mind have to the demands placed on them—which is a normal part of life and a normal part of any job. Without stress, one would not meet deadlines, strive to hit sales or production targets, or line up new clients. Meeting the demands and challenges of a job is part of what makes work interesting and satisfying, and it is often what allows people to develop new skills and advance in their careers.
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