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Colegio de San Juan de Letran
Sciences Intramuros, Manila 1002, PHILIPPINES College of Liberal Arts and
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Last Name Field of Specialization Research Approach Research Attributes Research Method/Design Corpus of Data Research Domains Research Foci/Parameter s
First Name Industrial Organizational
Qualitative Descriptive Survey Questionnaire Job Stress and Employees Performance Knowledge of employees and company management in job stress as it predicts employees performance
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It is the researcher wants to see how employees let their job stress be part of their performance and what is the knowledge of the company owners to the job stress that their employees performance have. Stress is a part of well being of a employee. 2009) The company employee’s shows job stress in their work. In the context of the company today that they need to be more competitive. 2007). The researcher wants to know the how job stress predicts the employees’ performance. It depends on the company’s daily process. 2010). (Edwards. Employees may sometimes perform well in their jobs and doesn’t have job stress if they are emotionally committed in their work (Cai-feng. 2011). But most of the time employees sometimes don’t hide their stress in their work because of emotional demands. For the stressful environment in today’s time specially in the people who works in the city. 2011). (Gevers. Performance of employees can predict by any aptitude test (Perina.work load and it took the average people of having 28. Erven. but engaging in teamwork may lead it to lessen the job stress. Many companies are high tech to determine everything about their employees. but seeing the job stress as predictor in their performance may help and make employees realize the part of job stress may have in their performance. . 2007). They may have CCTV cameras and biometrics as well. As stated. job stress has moderate effect to the performance of the employees. Guppy and Cockerton. they need also a competitive employee that has a great performance to fulfill the company’s needs. it’s hard to cope from the stress in their own jobs but somehow adaptation and assimilation may help to cope their job stress (Hancock. they cannot hide to the fact of job stress and it has a big role to predict the employees performance (Shimatzu and Schaufeli. 2010).5 days off work per year. this paper will discuss about job stress as predictors of employees performance Context of Current Research and Hypotheses In the most recent studies. and Maas. Some studies proved that job stress came from the perception of the individual employee in their work pressure (Yu-Chi Wu. But all we knew that employees has different work load.
Knowledge of employee on job stress as it predicts performance This study is anchored of the prediction of job stress to the employees’ performance. 2010). they job stress has a big impact and can influence the performance of employees through their qualitative study.A company that has high work load and has different activities will be chosen. Job stress can predict the employee in their performance. it predicts them to be more productive because they may take it as a positive side and help them to learn more about their job. But too much job stress may predict to the employees’ performance to also slows down productivity and may need them to counsel and to have stress reduction workshop (Ilesanmi etal. Performances of the employees are really exposed to the job stress and it has a big position to the performance of employees (Feddock. it’s a part of their daily life. Hoellein. In the study of Edwards. it will be the Bank of the Philippines Islands (Main Office) because the employees are really exposed to the work that needs to be more competent and needs to be more productive. work events. 2010) A. They prove that a job stress can predict In this current study. and Wilson. Job stress may function as motivators and also be a part of dissatisfaction to the performance (Wallgren and Hanse. employees may intended to leave or more often absent because of the job stress they are encountering (Staufenbie and Konig. because of the claims of the past study of the prediction of job stress to the employees’ performance. That the more stress they may have it predict to a poor performance of the employees. Employees may be aware of the stress that they are experiencing and may not want to perform well in their work. client factors. 2007) Moreover. Guppy and Cockerton (2007). and bosses. 2010). company management will also be part of the study to verify if how their employees can handle the job stress. the researcher wants to prove and to explore more of how job . In the study of Yu-Fen Chen (2009) he stated that the higher job stress led to lower job performance and vice versa. because most of the time. they may not do their job if they are encountering high job stress. Job stress may come in work load. Employees are exposed to job stress.
Knowledge of company management to the job stress that their employees had In the evolving world today. H5: Job stress may predict distraction to the employees performance. In this field. Hypothesis H1: Job stress can predict a positive and negative performance to the employees. For the additional information only. (Taris and Schreurs. H4: Job stress is a first predictor of having a low productivity to the performance of employees. Methods A. H2: Employees perceived the prediction of job stress as their motivator to have a high performance. the company . 2011). As the management competes. they will form a small group and discuss their knowledge about job stress as predictors in the employees’ performance on how they perform in their works. company management will just a help to the researcher of the information they know on the job stress of their employees into their performance. strategies are really important to ride with the competition (Gondim. The result of this study will enlighten the employees of what job stress may be do of their performance. The information that will gather to the company management will be part of the study and will shed light of what job stress may be part to the employees performance.stress predicts employees’ performance. Palacio. many companies were competitive. In this study. B. H3: Job stress predicts employees’ to have an intention to leave. Management really manages their employees and hands on to their work. Participants In study. They will also answer a survey form about the job stress and job performance. 2009). and Andrade. the researcher will ask thirty employees in BPI Main Office because they have different activities and have a high work load. the employees level of job stress gets higher.
Specifically. Specifically. Also it will be significant to them on their own knowledge of how stress takes lead to the performance of an individual. Measures The study is qualitative so the statements of the employees and company management will serve as the corpus of data. To determine what are the prediction of Job stress to the employees’ performance. industrial and educational settings. The information that will be gather will guide the researcher in naming the prediction of the job stress to the employees’ performance. Significance of the Proposed Research Since the research is focused on the job stress as predictor in the employees performance. B. Company management . B. the purpose of the study is to investigate job stress as predictor of employees’ performance. Research Questions Over-all. the study would be beneficial to the following: A. It can help you compare stress levels among employees in different departments or divisions within the same organization. 2. To evaluate the prediction of the job stress to the employees performance.management will also be gather and ask some interviews to discuss their knowledge of how their employees handle their stress and its characteristics it has that may influences their employees’ performance. This study fills the perception of the employees regarding on the job stress they have and how the job stress can predict their performance. the objectives of the study are: 1. The questionnaire that will be used is the Job Stress Survey that was designed to assess generic sources of work-related stress experienced by men and women in a wide variety of business. the study contributes to the collection of empirical evidences on knowledge of employees in their job stress or workloads that they have in their performance. Employees Determining job stress as predictor in the employees performance in their work skill.
This study will also help owners and management to be informative on the concern work of their employees as they may be a help to cope the job stress to the employees. Research Simulacrum Job stress predicto r Employees’ performance High performan ce Low performan ce .The study will help company owners and management identifies and understand the job stress of their employees’ performance.