THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB STRESS AND EMPLOYEE’S INTENTION TO LEAVE THEIR ORGANIZATION

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ABSTRACT

This study aims to investigate the relationship between occupational stress and intention to leave the organization among employees’ in Debre Tabor city administration revenue office. Job stress is when the level of stress increases from the resources by someone then results can be unfavorable both for employees and organization because stress is a crucial factor influencing both performance and work in organizations. In this new era of proficiency, the job stress is a very important considerable matter at work place. That’s why this research will extensively focus on the impact of work overload, role conflict and role ambiguity on job stress and employees’ intention to leave. This research will try to identify the level of job stress on employee’s behaviors, attitudes and their willingness towards achieving goals and efficiency. A questionnaire (in which scales were consisting of twenty three items) is prepared to find out the association between role conflicts, role ambiguity and work overload and turnover intention. The sample size of this study was 127 and it was selected through stratified random sampling. The researcher applied frequency from descriptive statistics and ANOVA, Correlation and multiple regression analysis to achieve the objective stated at the very beginning of this study. The results shows that between the variables there are very significant relationships are present. Role ambiguity, role conflict, work overload, and turnover intention have positive correlation with job stress .The scales and instruments are taken from the standard sources. The research results are valuable for office, institutes and different departments to improve their productivity, to know the employees behaviors and for the welfare of both employees and organizations.

Keywords: Role Ambiguity, Role Conflict, Job Stress, Work Overload, Turnover intention.


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ISSN : 2251-1547