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THE IMPACT OF JOB STRESS ON EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE



THE IMPACT OF JOB STRESS ON EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE
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ABSTRACT
The performance of workers nowadays has been on a downward slope. This prompted the researcher to make research into the effect of stress on employee’s performance in Nigeria industries adopting Union Bank of Nigeria Ado Ekiti. Stress was deeply researched into as one of the factors responsible for the fall in employees performance by reviewing the related literature, eliciting information from respondents and using the appropriate techniques (chi-square) to test the two hypotheses formulated for this study and finding were made that stress truly do have negative impact on employees performance and employees personal lives have effects on their life at workplace. Thus, the researcher recommended that proper measures should be put in place to ensure that causes of stress are reduced and afterward, provide those things that will ease employee personal lives. If these recommendations are strictly considered and applied, the organization will move a greater height.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page                                                                                                     
Certification                                                                                              
Dedication                                                                                                
Acknowledgements                                                                              
Abstract                                                                                                    
Table of Contents                                                                                   
 CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1      Background of the Study                                                            
1.2      Statement of the Problem                                                          
1.3            Objectives of the Study                                                               
1.4            Research Questions                                                                      
1.5            Research Hypothesis                                                                    
1.6            Significance of the Study                                                            
1.7             Scope and Limitation of the Study                                          
1.8      Definitions of Terms                                                                     
CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.0      Introduction                                                                                               
2.1      Concept of Stress                                                                          
2.2      Causes of Job Stress                                                                     
2.3            Consequence of Stress                                                                
2.4            How to Control Stress in Organization                                               
2.5      Relevant Theories of Job Stress                                                 
2.6      Relevant Models to the Study                                                   
2.7      Key Issues Relating to Occupational Stress                            
CHAPTER THREE: METHODOLOGY
3.1      Introduction                                                                                               
3.2      Research Design                                                                            
3.3      Population of the Study                                                              
3.4      Data Collection Instrument                                                        
3.5            Validity And Reliability Test of the         Instrument              
3.6      Chi Square Method                                                                      
3.7      Limitation of the Research Methodology                               
CHAPTER FOUR
4.1      Data Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation                   
4.2      Data Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation                   
4.3      Testing Of Hypothesis                                                                  
CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.0      Introduction                                                                                               
5.1            Summary                                                                                         
5.2            Conclusion                                                                                      
5.3            Recommendation                                                                         
Bibliography                                                                                   
Questionnaire                                                                    

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1      BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
            Of many topical issues in the curriculum of contemporary organization behaviour, few, if any at all, enjoy as much theoretical and empirical attention as job stress. In fact, which the su