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Impact of Occupational Stress on Job Performance: Moderating Role of Social and Supervisor’s Support

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Rabia Akhtar , Adeel Mustafa ,

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Volume 6 - October 2017 (10)

Abstract

We use a regression analysis model to inspect a moderating effect of social and supervisor support on occupational stress and job performance. Our sample is based on 251 employees of different organizations. Data congregation approach is based on adoptive survey technique. Our results recommend that there is a strong impact of moderators on occupational stress and job performance.

Keywords

Regression Analysis, Social and supervisor support, Performance.

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