Job stress and employees’ productivity in telecommunication sector of Nigeria

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People frequently experience stress while they go about their regular lives at home, school, and
work. This study looks at workplace stress and how it affects workers' productivity. Using
descriptive data analysis, correlation, and regression analysis using SPSS version 22, five factors
that contribute to workplace stress were examined: inadequate working conditions,
bullying/harassment, increasing workload, hostile work environment, and downsizing. 110 of the
120 questionnaires that were sent to the employees of MTN, Globacom, Airtel, and Etisalat were
successfully completed and returned. The results indicated a bad correlation between employee
productivity and job stress. According to the research, employers of labour should take every
precaution to make sure that there is no stress at work. Moreover, hiring occupational
psychologists and stress management specialists is advised


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PANKAJ AGARWAL. (2023). Job stress and employees’ productivity in telecommunication sector of Nigeria. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT), 9(1), 408–422.
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