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Examining the Influence of Academic and Non-academic Responsibilities on Academicians' Job-related Stress in Higher Education

Yunita Awang, Norazamina Mohamed, Suraya Ahmad, Noor Emilina Mohd Nasir
2021 Asian Journal of University Education  
The findings give insights to the university management on academicians' reaction to their present job tasks and useful as guidance in any efforts or policy towards academicians' workload setting.  ...  Thus, future research may be expanded to the public universities in the West region of Malaysia with different working environment and lifestyle.  ...  Thus, the management must be proactive in safeguarding the academic staff from experiencing high levels of stress and excessive workload in order to allow the staff to have a balanced work life and at  ... 
doi:10.24191/ajue.v17i4.16197 fatcat:f2o3plz25rgkndsthgdyduyvbq

IMPLICATIONS OF EMPLOYEES' WORKLOAD IN BANKING INDUSTRY: A CASE OF BIMB BRANCHES IN CENTRAL 3 REGIONS

MOHD HERRY BAHADOR, NORSAADAH ISAHAK, NURAINI ABD RAZAK
2019 Management and Accounting Review (MAR)  
The ultimate of this study to examine whether the implications of employees' workload in BIMB branches in Central 3 regions influence by attributes of stress, job performance and attitudes that has been  ...  The outcome of this study however examine that only two attributes are significantly give a positive outcome which are attitudes and job performance arising from the implications of workload.  ...  William et al. (2007) showed that there is a direct impact between workload and attitudes of employees that drive to job dissatisfaction, job performance, poor quality of work, absenteeism, as well as  ... 
doi:10.24191/mar.v18i2.927 fatcat:rqgdnbwribblzpffqksdowtthu

Stress and the new contract for general practitioners

Valerie J. Sutherland
1995 Journal of Managerial Psychology  
predictors of job dissatisfaction and poor psychological wellbeing. 18 Stress and the new contract for general practitioners Valerie  ...  The stress associated with the demands of the job and patients' expectations, practice administration and routine medical work, role stress and the use of social support as a coping strategy were the strongest  ...  The concepts of team management could be used at this macro level to examine models of job design, methods of working and the use of new technology, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02683949510081347 fatcat:fpoldluqwjellaz7grdauwruhq

Strategies to Attain Faculty Work-Life Balance

Joan Owens, Carol Kottwitz, Jane Tiedt, Jeffery Ramirez
2018 Building Healthy Academic Communities Journal  
explores barriers to achieving work-life balance such as cognitive dissonance, emotional dissonance and burnout.  ...  The multifaceted demands and expectations of the role can affect faculty satisfaction and the ability to attain work-life balance.  ...  Job stress is noted for tenure-track faculty and midcareer tenured faculty as well.  ... 
doi:10.18061/bhac.v2i2.6544 fatcat:vnvza3cd65dafoeuhtxmw6wmua

A CONTENT ANALYSIS ON DIVERSITY AND PERSON WITH DISABILITIES IN CSR-AWARDED COMPANIES IN MALAYSIA

Anisa Safiah Maznorbalia, Faculty of Business and Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA 15050 Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia, Zurina Ismail, Zuhal Hussein, Faculty of Business and Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA 15050 Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia, Faculty of Business and Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA 15050 Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia
2021 Social and Management Research Journal  
Diversity is a concept that includes individuals from different categories and centrally aims at creating an inclusive community that values and utilises all members' talents.  ...  Despite all the advantages, persons with disabilities (PWD) as one of the diversity categories have always been excluded from entering the labour market.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors would like to acknowledge the research project funded by Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) under the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) and Universiti Teknologi MARA  ... 
doi:10.24191/smrj.v18i2.14902 fatcat:hcypcdjc2fcgpcuxnzusu3xxqm

Occupational stress in the operating theatre suite: Should employers be concerned?

P Lynne Johnstone
1999 Australian Health Review  
It found that there was a strong perception amongst the 433 nurses in the study that medical technologies had contributed to their increased workloads and higher levels of stress.  ...  Research conducted amongst perioperative nurses during 1996 investigated both the causes of occupational stress and nurses' perceptions of the effects of modern medical technologies on several aspects  ...  For example, the response approach views stress 'as a bodily reaction to externally imposed demands', whereas the perception approach views stress as arising from a worker's subjective appraisal that work  ... 
doi:10.1071/ah990060 fatcat:jvtixwepunehpdp33x5qzkybce

The Relationship between Occupational Stress, Burnout, and Turnover Intention among Managerial Staff from a Sino-Japanese Joint Venture in Guangzhou, China

Qiu-Hong Lin, Chao-Qiang Jiang, Tai Hing Lam
2013 Journal of Occupational Health  
China-Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze the associations between occupational stress, burnout and turnover intention and explore their associated factors among managerial staff in Guangzhou  ...  The questionnaire included questions about sociodemographic characteristics, smoking, drinking and physical activity and the Chinese versions of the Occupational Stress Indicator (OSI), Maslach Burnout  ...  We appreciate the managerial staff of the Sino-Japanese joint venture in Guangzhou for recruiting the participants.  ... 
doi:10.1539/joh.12-0287-oa pmid:24025859 fatcat:pdudfwlxvnarbdwgy4yakgoii4

Predicting Secondary Agriculture Teachers' Job Stress from Selected Personal, Family, and Work-Related Characteristics

Robert M. Torres, Misty D. Lambert, Rebecca G. Lawver
2010 Career and Technical Education Research  
The number of hours per week at work was the largest predictor on the index scale used to measure job stress.  ...  “Hours per week at work” was the largest predictor on the index used to measure job stress.  ... 
doi:10.5328/cter35.206 fatcat:iwjyvs3y3zglpdov6qppfjcnpu

Work-Related Stress in the Banking Sector: A Review of Incidence, Correlated Factors, and Major Consequences

Gabriele Giorgi, Giulio Arcangeli, Milda Perminiene, Chiara Lorini, Antonio Ariza-Montes, Javier Fiz-Perez, Annamaria Di Fabio, Nicola Mucci
2017 Frontiers in Psychology  
Deregulation of labor markets, emerging technologies and new types of jobs have significantly reshaping working lives by continuous changes on employment and working conditions.  ...  New technology and new ways of structuring the operation have left their mark on the working conditions and daily lives of employees.  ...  New technology and new ways of structuring the operation have left their mark on the working conditions and daily lives of employees.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02166 pmid:29312044 pmcid:PMC5733012 fatcat:pub7mlvez5exjgtwyzqpakgj6u

Exploring the origins of burnout among secondary educators

Christian L. Van Tonder, Colette Williams
2009 SA Journal of Industrial Psychology  
Semi-structured interviews were also conducted with the f ve participants who tested highest on the burnout indicators.Main findings: The results indicated that a negative learner profile and workload  ...  Data comprised Maslach Burnout Inventory-General Survey protocols and rich data work descriptions.  ...  learner profile) and the experienced workload of the educators.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajip.v35i1.762 fatcat:xm4kess4zvfz7phi2rrgb3zw24

Factors Predicting Physician Assistant Faculty Intent to Leave

David Coniglio, Duane Akroyd
2015 The Journal of Physician Assistant Education  
Future research may identify other predictive factors such as external job opportunities, family considerations, stress and burnout, or organizational commitment.  ...  Akroyd for his constant and steadfast guidance and support, as my faculty advisor and as Chair of my committee. To Dr. Bracken and Dr.  ...  Together, the models suggest that elements of work and organizational life such as work stress and scholarly productivity, support and fit, external factors such as family stress, and the demographic factor  ... 
doi:10.1097/jpa.0000000000000031 pmid:26309205 fatcat:omxkrnex25fs3mc3zia7s7dpni

A critical approach to fatigue risk factors in cockpit and cabin crew for the flight safety in aviation industry

Engin Özel, Umit Hacioglu
2021 Bussecon Review of Social Sciences (2687-2285)  
The main contribution of the paper demonstrates the fact that primary and secondary fatigue risk factors in cockpit and cabin crew affect the level of job satisfaction, operational efficiency, and flight  ...  This paper aims to develop a critical approach to flight safety by assessing theoretical and empirical studies on fatigue risk factors in cockpit and cabin crew.  ...  Acknowledgement Part of Engin Ozel's thesis entitled "Factors contributing to the risk of airline pilot and crew fatigue" submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements  ... 
doi:10.36096/brss.v3i1.251 fatcat:ni5yad3ytnh7lpwdivvbjtnoje

Key personality traits of engineers for innovation and technology development

Jeanine M. Williamson, John W. Lounsbury, Lee D. Han
2013 Journal of engineering and technology management  
All rights reserved. meta-analyses to be valid predictors of job performance and satisfaction for a wide range of jobs and job groups (see, e.g., Salgado, 1997 Salgado, , 2002 .  ...  on individual traits, trait profiles, and relationships between the personality traits of engineers and important criterion variables such as job and career satisfaction, turnover, job performance, and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jengtecman.2013.01.003 fatcat:erc6cat4rvh75ntw223gkmiyn4

An Assessment of the Role of Working Environment on Performance of Nurses in Devolved Health Services in Baringo County, Kenya

Evans Cherogony, Moses Mamati Wapangana
2017 International Journal of Innovative Research & Development  
Once employees feel they are no longer growing, they begin to look externally for new job opportunities.  ...  Work-life balance has also been defined by one scholar as fulfillment and good operatives at work and at home with a minimum of role conflict (Clark, 2001) , and by another as the degree to which a person  ...  You are requested to respond to the questions below to the best of your knowledge. The information given will be held confidential, and will be used strictly for this study.  ... 
doi:10.24940/ijird/2017/v6/i9/sep17059 fatcat:ihkm3uznkjaxfnkarfngoquuhq

The Importance of Time Congruity in the Organisation

J.A. Francis-Smythe, I.T. Robertson
2003 Applied Psychology  
and enhancement of quality of work and general life.  ...  The research reported here presents a study which uses commensurate person and job measures of time personality in an organisational setting to assess the effects of time congruity on one aspect of work  ...  A previous version of this paper was presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Occupational Psychology Conference, 1998.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1464-0597.00136 fatcat:bs4q7ohtevhn5jw6kuujevttje
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