Stress at Work: Any Potential Redirection From an African Sample?

This source preferred by Gbola Gbadamosi

Authors: Gbadamosi, G.

Editors: Signe, S.

Start date: 20 May 2008

Pages: 503-510

Research on workplace stress has generated a massive interest and following in the management and behavioural literature in the Western world, but not much data has come out of Africa. This study explored the relationship among Perceived stress, Perception of sources of stress, Satisfaction, Core self-evaluation, Perceived health and Well being. Survey data was collected from 355 employees in Botswana. Result from descriptive data and correlational analysis indicates significant links between Perceived stress, Satisfaction, Core self-evaluation and Well being. Overall, much of our findings are consistent with what has been reported in the literature. Managerial implications of the findings were discussed.

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