International Journal For Multidisciplinary Research
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Volume 6 Issue 2
Challenges and Coping Strategies: A Study of Occupational Stress Among Pune's University Instructors
|Dr. Rupali Jadhav
|Work stress among teaching staff in higher education can have significant impacts on their well-being, job satisfaction, and overall effectiveness as educators. Pune city, known for its educational institutions and academic excellence, would likely see similar effects as in other places (Siu 2002; Winefield et al. 2003). The objective of these study was to determine the impact of work load of teaching staff in higher education institutions in Pune city. This study tries to shows the potential relationship among various factors like physical and mental health, job satisfaction, reduced performance, student learning, higher turnover rates, work life balance, quality of research and publications, institutional reputation, long term career impact and organisational outcomes (HSC 2002). Closed and open ended questions were administered for this study with respect to Pune city. Results shows that to mitigate the impact of work stress on teaching staff in higher education, institutions can consider implementing supportive measures such as providing resources for mental health support, offering training in stress management and time management, encouraging a healthy work-life balance, and addressing systemic issues related to workload distribution and administrative support (Siu 2002; Windfield et al 2001).
|occupational stress, work life balance, organisational outcomes, productivity of teaching staff, organisational commitments, organisational and individual goal congruence.
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Challenges and Coping Strategies: A Study of Occupational Stress Among Pune's University Instructors - Dr. Rupali Jadhav - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12858
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