Measuring the Impact of Job Stress on Employee Performance: An Analytical Study, Uttarakhand India

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Pooja Jain
Bharat Bhusan
Anupam Nautiyal
Abhishek Chaukiyal
Preeti Rana


The purpose of this research is to study the impact of job stress on employee performance. The data was collected from the academic institutions in the Dehradun region, Uttarakhand, India. The purposive sampling was adopted for the purpose of the study. A sample size of 200 was undertaken in this study. After that, the consistency was measured initially by using Cronbach’s alpha followed by a model fit check with the usage of confirmatory factor analysis, and subsequently, the causal relationship was checked by using the structural equation model. The results of the study indicated that all the independent variables are significantly related which indicates that there is an impact relatively on job performance.

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