Identifying Factors of Job Stress That Affect Job Performance among Employees in Sarawak Corporation, Malaysia

Puteri Faida Alya Zainuddin, Norlina Mohamed Noor, Affiana Kadri, Nur Zahariah Maimon
2021 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
Job stress is very prominent that always happens in any organizations or companies nowadays. Many factors lead to job stress, such as personal problems, financial, low salary, and others. These factors can affect employees' productivity, commitment, and professionalism to perform their task. This study explores the predictive ability of Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation (STIDC) employees' job stress on job performance of employees by using a sample of 80 respondents. The framework
more » ... ents. The framework for this study was adapted and constructed based on the Job Demands-Control (JDC) Model. The data were obtained using a questionnaire with a 10-Likert scale and was distributed to all staff in the company. Based on the findings, all the independent variables have a significant association with job performance. Nevertheless, from the analysis of multiple linear regression, the results showed that time pressure and skill discretion significantly correlated to predict job performance.
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v11-i2/9204 fatcat:5dsxzqd7gjdmpjbna2d7jdj5xa