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ABSTRACT: A modified version of Capian’s Job Stress Questionnaire (JSQ) was administered to male and 56 female entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs were. For many people, the workplace is becoming more and more stressful. The Job Stress Questionnaire (JSQ) has been designed to assess relative levels and. ABSTRACT: A modified version of Caplan’s Job Stress Questionnaire (JSQ) was administered to male and 56 female entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs were.

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Instruments used both the applied and standard questionnaires. The results indicate that although flight nurses basically are satisfied with their jobs and enjoy working in air medical transport, they want to know that they are performing well.

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Prevalence of “high-risk” workers defined using criteria recommended by the program manual was Demands and worker health: The BJSQ consists of 57 items used to assess job stressors 17 items: The contribution of job stress to occupational burnout of male nurses was confirmed.

In addition, unskilled manual workers showed significantly higher job dissatisfaction compared. In addition, job stress among employees affects stresss quality of health-care services.

Conclusion The strength and density of such friendship networks were related to sress stress.

Development of a Short Version of the New Brief Job Stress Questionnaire

The salient variable similarity index for factor matching. Although screening of workers with apparent mental health uqestionnaire is not the program’s primary objective, practitioners do need to know the accuracy or limitation of the instrument, as a certain number of workers needing special care by mental health experts will be screened in the process. To assess levels of occupational stressjob satisfaction and job performance among hospital nurses in Kampala, Uganda; and how they are influenced by work and personal characteristics.


Published online May No significant changes in the scores on the three elements of job stress were observed over the two-year study period, and the job satisfaction level deteriorated significantly during this period.

Job Stress Questionnaire (JSQ) – CiteHR

Job stress is a serious threat to the quality of working life QWL of health-care employees and can cause hostility, aggression, absenteeism and turnover, as well as reduced productivity. This study investigated the influences of job characteristics on job satisfaction, stress and depression among South African white collar workers. Internal consistency Cronbach’s alpha estimates for these same dimensions were 0. Job stress is associated with job burnout and QWL, and stress reaction and social support have relatively high influence on QWL.

Estimations of internal consistency, based on the correlation among the variables comprising the set Cronbach’s alphain each case were satisfactory alpha ranging from 0.

The employees were engaged in 2 job types–direct tsress line and indirect supportive tasks–and the latter was threatened by job loss because of downsizing. From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper.

With top managerial hospital administration’s consent, questionnaires were only distributed to those nurses who had had job rotation experience.

Stress is an inevitable part of everyday life, and is therefore a distinct part of a person’s job. The impact of social and organizational factors on steess coping with musculoskeletal symptoms.

A supplementary objective was to determine whether there were any differences in menopausal symptoms and job -related stress factors among nurses in managerial positions.


Must one rely on trained job analysts? This study was performed on male employees working in four prisons located in Ilam, Iran.


This self-administered questionnaire was distributed to employees of a company, and all the workers sent back their responses. Psychosocial hazards and work-related stress have reached epidemic proportions in Europe. There has been little theoretical or questionnare research on job rotation. The major sources of stress were inadequate pay, inequality at work, too much work, staff shortage, lack of recognition and promotion prospects, time pressure, lack of job security and lack of management support.

Workplace stress WS has been found to affect job satisfaction JSperformance, and turnover intentions TIs in developed countries, but there is little evidence from other countries and especially rural areas.

However, our study underscores the importance of a supportive social work environment in the prevention of coronary heart disease.

Work related factors, such as interpersonal relations and organisational culture, may better predict mental health in work settings. High-stress is defined as having the highest level of stress reaction criterion i or having a moderate level of stress reaction, along with having the highest job stressors or lowest social support in the workplace criterion ii.

The National League for Nursing endorses mentoring throughout nursing faculty’s careers as the method to recruit nurses into academia and improve retention of nursing faculty within stresx academy.