Logic Female managers reported significantly higher scores on questionnaire items relating to emotional when fallen in to stressful situation as a coping strategy. The mean age of respondents is 33 with range from 27 to In fact, Freedman and Phillips noted that women who are in male-dominated professions generally tend to lack confidence in their ability to excel in their jobs compared with their male colleagues.
Female managers were more afraid to do mistakes at the job and they does not have the subordinates support like male counterparts. Female middle level managers in the study scored significantly higher than their male colleagues on stress originating from inadequate support from their superiors and others at work.
Demographic variables, such as age, gender, ethnicity, marital and parental status, primary work-setting, years of experience, stress related treatment, and years licensed were examined within the three dimensions of stress, strain, and coping.
Demographic variables that contributed to differences in levels of stress only included ethnicity and weekly work hours. Social Support Female managers reported significantly higher scores on questionnaire items relating to social support for any issue as a coping strategy.
Cooper, Women Managers and Stress: To examine further gender differences in specific aspects of coping strategies, t-tests were performed for male and female middle level managers on various items in the social support, time management and logic subscale of OSI. Thus, future research in the counseling profession for occupational stress, psychological strain, and coping resources are warranted.
Items on which significant gender differences occur are reported in Table 2. From various aspects occupational stress is Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management Volume 2 Number 2 July important matter to discus among male and female employees.
Task Strategies Male manger were more manageable when plan the works. Managerial Role Female middle level managers scored significantly higher on the following items relating to the managerial role: Private practice either individual Middle level managerial positions used as assistant managers, senior executives, engineers and accountants.
Demographic variables that contributed to differences in scores of coping were weekly work hours, number of days per week clients seen. According to census and statistical departmental statistics labour force has contend Three covariates - job title, marital status, and age group were controlled.
Fifteen 15 BOI organizations were selected as the sample.Purpose – To identify the specific sources of occupational stress and the professional burnout experienced by teachers working in Greek primary and secondary schools.
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YOGESH A. JOGSAN Department of Psychology Saurashtra University Rajkot 2 Occupational stress, ways of coping and anxiety Abstract: The present investigation attempted to study the Occupational Stress, Ways of Coping and Anxiety in college teachers ( males and females) within the age range of years from colleges in and around rajkot.
Gender Difference in Occupational Stress and Coping Strategies Among Middle with problems in a logical and unemotional manner, and they cope stress with organizing works than females. Key Words: Gender, Occupational Stress, Coping Strategies and 49 per cent are female (N = 53).
The mean age of respondents is 33 with range from 27 to Data were collected on sources of occupational stress (stressors), coping and consequences of occupational stress (strains) from male and female managers from four countries — South Africa, the United Kingdom, United States of America and Taiwan.
We also compare coping strategies for gender and racial groups, and link differences to level of stress. Extensive observational data and a survey of 1, police officers in 24 departments were used to address the research questions. Although differences in the levels of, sources of, and the ways to cope with stress between male and female police officers are conjectured by a substantial number of scholars and practitioners, there is insufficient empirical evidence to support this conjecture specifically focusing on gender differences in stress (Barnett et al.,Brown and Campbell,Burke and Mikkelsen,He et al.,.Download