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Title:
THE FACTORS INFLUENCING JOB STRESS OF SOFTWARE PROFESSIONALS AT IBMINDIA PVT.LTD. INDIA
Author Name:
GEETA KUMARI, GAURAV JOSHI, K M PANDEY
Abstract:
ABSTRACT The aim of this research paper wasto investigates the factors influencing job stress of software professionals at IBM India Pvt.Ltd., Gurgaon. It was indicated that how software professionals therewere influenced by the major determinants of job stress and it is also analysed that the determinants contributed more impact on jobstress. The well-designed pretested questionnaire was used for data collection. The total sample size for research study was taken to be 160. Out of these 160 employees, 100 were male and 60 were female. The convenience sampling was used for the study and the factor analysis statistical tool was used for data analysis. The factor analysis confirmed that the four major factors were work role, organisational climate, personal growth and communication access affecting software professionals at IBM India Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon. The Principal Component Analysis (PCA) had been shown to examine the underlying factors of job stress scales. These principal components accounted for about64.042 % of the total variation. The finding revealed that the total 64.042% of job stress components were influenced to job stress of software professionals at IBM India Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon. Keywords: Job Stress, Job Stress Index, Factor Analysis, Principal Components Analysis, Reliability Statistics, Eigen Values, Communality
Cite this article:
GEETA KUMARI, GAURAV JOSHI, K M PANDEY , " THE FACTORS INFLUENCING JOB STRESS OF SOFTWARE PROFESSIONALS AT IBMINDIA PVT.LTD. INDIA" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 5, Issue 10, October 2016 , pp. 068-073 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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