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The Impact of Workplace Stress on Teachers Belonging to Privately Managed Business Schools in the Tirunelveli District

XIBA Business Review

Volume 5 Issue 1

Published: 2022
Author(s) Name: N. Stella, Stella P. | Author(s) Affiliation: Xavier Inst. of Business Administration, St. Xaviers College (Autonomous), Palayamkottai, Tamil Nadu
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According to students, teaching is one of the most difficult jobs on the planet. The competitive status of the global education sector has been shifting in a fast-paced commercial environment. With superior physical structures, corporate management structures, and business intelligence systems, private actors are quickly arising to fill the skills and knowledge gap. In this context, research is being done to see how educators working in private management educational institutes deal with workplace stress in light of a few demographic and job-related factors. A validated stress scale was used to survey teachers at privately operated Business Schools in the Tirunelveli District of Tamil Nadu for the study. Data were obtained from 67 respondents and analysed using SPSS in this quantitative study. Workplace stress was linked to work circumstance, family-work interaction, personal competence, and professional competence growth, accounting for 45 percent of respondents’ workplace stress variation.

Keywords: Workplace Stress, Personal and Professional Competence, Work Situation and Family-Work Interactions

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