Keywords : Job Stress


Antecedents of job turnover in educational sector of Pakistan

Muhammad Rizwan; Asad Afzal Humayon; Ahmad Usman Shahid; Rizwan Qaiser Danish; Nauman Aslam; Jawad Shahid

International Journal of Organizational Leadership, Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 89-101
DOI: 10.33844/ijol.2017.60404

The primary purpose of this research was to analyze the effect of affective commitment, job satisfaction, job stress, organizational politics, job role ambiguity, and job formalization on employees’ job turnover in private and public sector universities of Lahore, Pakistan. A survey based explanatory research design was used. This study was conducted among the employees working in educational sectors such as universities and colleges in Lahore. About 270 questionnaires were distributed by employing various methods of communication such as email in person and post. The findings of this study indicated that job satisfaction, job stress, organizational politics, and job role ambiguity had significant effects on job turnover of employees while affective commitment and job formalization had adverse effects on the employees. Self-reported measures were used to measure employees’ turnover, affective commitment, job satisfaction, job stress, organizational politics, job role ambiguity, and job formalization. Since all the participants were selected from Lahore’s public and private universities and colleges, the outcomes were not connected to differences of instructional materials or educational foundations. Considering the importance of employees’ turnover, affective commitment, job satisfaction, job stress, organizational politics, job role ambiguity, and job formalization, higher education institutional management and policy makers should take the necessary measures to reduce the extent of turnover which will improve the employees’ individual and organizational performance. The relevant literature shows that employees’ turnover is under investigation especially in public sector universities of Lahore, Pakistan. So, the current study has contributed to enhance the consideration on the most noteworthy problems.

Effects of stress on auditors organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and job performance

Abolghasem Masihabadi; Alireza Rajaei; Amir Shams Koloukhi; Hossein Parsian

International Journal of Organizational Leadership, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 303-314
DOI: 10.33844/ijol.2015.60353

This study was designed to measure the effects of job stress on organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and job performance. A total of 170 questionnaires were distributed among auditors in the audit institutions in Tehran and Mashhad. To test the hypotheses, path analysis and structural equation and regression were employed. The results showed that the job stress had a negative effect on organizational  commitment and job satisfaction and there was not a negative correlation between job stress and job performance. Job stress via organizational commitment and job satisfaction affected job performance negatively. Also, job stress had a negative impact on job satisfaction via organizational commitment.