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Vol. 11, Special Issue 4 (2022)

A literature review on occupational stress among security guards

Author(s):
Khushaboo and Manju Mehta
Abstract:
Modern society and the business world have become increasingly competitive, and everyone is under stress. "Stress is the force, pressure, or force exerted on a material, object, or person that resists these forces and attempts to sustain its unique state," according to [40]. Stress is the physical and mental reaction of the human body to changes, situations, and events in their lives. Occupational stress is defined as the dangerous physical and emotional reactions that occur when a worker's capabilities, resources, or necessities do not match the job's requirements. Occupational stress not only adds to life's stresses, but it also has an effect on security guards' health. There is a lot of literature available on stress and job performance. An overview of the entire writing is neither feasible nor appealing. In this way, only the most important works have been audited. Such a writing survey consistently aids the researcher in obtaining a review of the topic under investigation. As a result, the term related Stress and its impact on job performance are investigated.
Pages: 117-121  |  2122 Views  1632 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Khushaboo and Manju Mehta. A literature review on occupational stress among security guards. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(4S): 117-121.

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