A study on job stress and employee’s performance in Sarawak Forestry Department, Kuching/ Lidyana Jemaie

Jemaie, Lidyana (2016) A study on job stress and employee’s performance in Sarawak Forestry Department, Kuching/ Lidyana Jemaie. [Student Project] (Unpublished)

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The objective of this study was to examine the relationship of job stress and work performance in Sarawak Forestry Department, Kuching. Correlation analyses were conducted to examine the associations between the variables to understand the relationship between job stress and work performance. The data of the study was collected by using the questionnaires, personal interviews for the pre-test and information was extracted from relevant journals. A total of 130 questionnaires were distributed to the employees of Sarawak Forestry Department, Kuching and a total of 100 respondents had responded to the questionnaires. The study reveals that workers performance was affected by the following factors; role conflict, role ambiguity and role conflict. To reduce the job stress, the management of the organization could implement a stress management programme and redesign the job. Based on the findings of this study, the study concluded that job stress has significant effect on employee’s performance in Sarawak Forestry Department, Kuching.

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