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Description: Job stress is a harmful reaction that people have due to undue pressure(s) and demands at their place of work (HSE Report, 2015). Job stress is endemic, it contributes to decrease in efficiency amongst the Babcock University Security Staff (BUSS) due to its resultant health issues- strain, anxiety, worry (Amballi et al., 2022). Stress or stressors can be internal or external as it arises from a wide range of work circumstances and becomes worse due to lack of support, low skill discretions, high job demands and organizational conditions (Hallin, & Danielson, 2007; HSE Report, 2015).

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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