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Nasr Esfahani M, Bagheri A. Investigating Stressors in an Industrial Setting. IJPCP. 1998; 3 (3) :29-38
URL: http://ijpcp.iums.ac.ir/article-1-1697-en.html

. Psychiatrist, Tehran Psychiatric Institute 1 Jahan Alley, Taleghani Ave, Tehran, Iran, I.R.
Abstract:   (6091 Views)

This study was to investigate the most important stressors and causes of job dissatisfaction in employees if an industrial setting. 230 full-time workers and employees were selelcted through random sampling. A questionnaire that included five categories of stressors (permanent and transient factors related to the type of job and the work environme nt, accident producing factors, relationship problems at work and welfare and nutritional facilities). Was used for evaluating them.

Findings indicated that the most important stressors for all empoyees were heumanisitic problems and relationship problem at work. Accident produced factors, permanent factors, dissatisfaction with welfare and nutritional facilities, and the factors that related to the nature of work were other important stressors at lower level. The totla mean of the stress level for different groups was 2.02 (SD=0.88). Employees reported higher level of stress than workers.

 

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