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Job Stress Determinants: A Study on Job Order Employees of State Universities in Samar

Joseph Emil A. David, Herbert M. Fabillar


Work motivation and performance among job order employees in different state universities in Samar is a determinant to the achievement of organization goals. Similar studies conducted focused on private companies, and mostly on faculty members in government agencies. The purpose of this study is to identify the various stressors that are mostly experienced that affect work productivity levels, and a factor to high job order employee turnover. Using the Principal Component Analysis, the most important variables were identified. Work attitudes among co-workers, heavy workload and job advancement and security were found to be the most significant stressors. Further studies with a wider geographical scope may be conducted for comprehensive results appropriate for improving work environment and policy formulation.


Job Order; Job Stress; Work Performance; Samar

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