A Study on Occupational Stress Index in Select Private Sector Life Insurance Companies
S. Venkata Siva Kumar* (Research Scholar, School of Management Studies, JNTU Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India), A. V. V. Siva Prasad (Principal & Professor, Laqshya College of Management, Khammam, Telangana State, India) and P. Vijaya Kumar (Programme Director, JNTU Kakinada, Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India) *Corresponding author'sEmail
Kumar, S. Venkata Siva; Prasad, A. V. V. Siva and Kumar, P. Vijaya (2018), “A Study on Occupational Stress Index in Select Private Sector Life Insurance Companies”, MERC Global’s International Journal of Management, Vol. 6, Issue 4, pp. 132-140.
Submitted: June 11, 2018, Revision received: July 10, 2018, Accepted: July 15, 2018
The current study means to focus on the process of evaluating the major reasons or stressors that cause stress in the workplace among private sector life insurance employees Telangana State. For this purpose, the Occupational Stress Index coined by Srivastava and Singh in 1984 is espoused and applied to evaluate the major reasons for creating stress at employees’ occupation. For this study, two private gigantic life insurance companies viz., SBI Life Insurance Private Limited and Reliance-Nippon Life Insurance Private Limited are selected. The research survey conducted among 320 employees of select private life insurance companies who are randomly selected from various branches located in Khammam District from Telangana State. The results obtained in the research were purely based on the statistical analysis by using suitable statistical methods using SPSS.
Occupational stress, Occupational stress Index, Life insurance companies.
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