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Title: Influence of occupational stress and human resource practices on organizational commitment and psychological wellbeing
Researcher: Kainat Rizvi
Guide(s): Shah Alam
Keywords: Psychology
occupational stress
human resource practices
organizational commitment
Upload Date: 13-Nov-2013
University: Aligarh Muslim University
Completed Date: n.d.
Abstract: The aim of this present piece of research is to study the influence of occupational stress and human resource practices on organizational commitment and psychological well-being among bank employees . In the present study, occupational stress and human resource practices have been taken as independent variables whereas organizational commitment and psychological well-being as dependent variables. Liberalization of the Indian organizational environment through modification in the industrial, trade and financial policies by the government has brought in change and competition of a magnitude that was previously unknown to Indian business. In the present scenario, where multinationals and other global players are competing in the domestic market with the monopoly players, the management of organizations is expected to be more productive and efficient for survival in India. More than a decade ago, the western countries faced similar conditions. A flow of changing organizational structures and changing expectations has forced various departments of the organization to alter their perspectives on their role and function overnight. Companies are strained to make changes in their organization to give emphasis primarily on productivity in order to survive in India. In this context, it would be important to identify the factors in the organizational environment that have the most positive as well as negative impact on the performance of employees in the organization in order to facilitate the positive and impede negative factors at job setting. Hence, the present research was undertaken to find out, how occupational stress and human resource practices can contribute to predict the organizational commitment and psychological well-being among bank employees. The entire work is presented in five chapters. Chapter-I deals with the historical background, meanings and concepts pertaining to occupational stress and human resource practices (IVs); organizational commitment and psychological well-being (DVs) in relation
Pagination: 188p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/12975
Appears in Departments:Department of Psychology

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