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1)A STUDY TITLE: Emotional Intelligence and Employee Performance as an Indicator for Promotion, a Study of Automobile Industry in the City of Belgaum, Karnataka, India
Author’s: Praveen M.Kulkarni, B. Janakiram, D.N.S. Kumar
Year:April 2009
Journal: International Journal of Business and Management
(Kulkarni, Janakiram, ; Kumar, 2009) about the this study to understand the performance level as well as the impact of emotional intelligence on employees performance of managers and supervisor sat an automobile retailer in the city of Belgaum, Karnataka. The researcher used survey method using self-structured questionnaire. Through random sampling method, researcher selected 125 respondents. Respondents of this study include managers and supervisors. The research applied inferential statistics such as t-test and correlation. T-test used to find out the difference between the level of emotional intelligence among managers and supervisors and correlation used to find out the relationship between emotional intelligence and employee performance. The result shows that the level of emotional intelligence among managers is moderate and supervisor has low level. There is no significant relationship between emotional intelligence and employee performance.
2) A STUDY TITLE: Emotional Intelligence and Effective Leadership
Year :2013
Author : Bano Fakhra Batool
Jurnal: Journal of Business Studies Quarterly
(Batoon,2013) explored the relationship between emotional intelligence and effective leadership to evaluate the tendency of emotional control of the working class of both male and female at a managerial level in a private and public sector of Pakistan. Using random sampling technique, 50 samples were selected among doctors, nurses, medical staff, and bankers. The study reflects that emotional intelligence can help to reduce stress to improve performance and sense of achievement by motivating the subordinates within the organization and helps to enhance the productivity of the employees to meet organizational end goals in an ethical way by putting positive impacts on the society as a whole.

3)A STUDY TITLE:Investigating the Emotional Intelligence and Citizenship Behaviour on Productivity with Emphasis on Spiritual Intelligence (Iranian Oil Pipeline and Telecommunication Company)
Author’s: Mahdi Soltani1, Hossein Rezai Dolat-Abadi
Journal: Journal of Agricultural Science and Engineering
Year: 2015
(Mahdi Soltani1, Hossein Rezai Dolat-Abadi in 2015) :aimed to investigate the influence of emotional intelligence and organizational citizenship behavior (Organizational citizenship behavior was eventually proposed as an alternative form of performance, differentiated from traditional performance on the basis of its relative freedom from situational and ability constraints) on labor productivity with emphasis on the mediator role of the spiritual intelligence. The study conducted among employees in Iranian oil pipeline and Telecommunication Company. The researcher used descriptive – survey research design. The source data are questionnaire and library – field method. There are 4000 individuals in Iranian oil pipeline and telecommunication. According to Cochrane sample size, 354 samples were collected. The result shows that spiritual intelligence and emotional intelligence have a direct effect on labor productivity and it directly affects citizenship behavior.
4)Emotional intelligence and employee performance in selected commercial banks in anambra state, Nigeria:(2016)
In this study fund the relationship between emotional intelligence and employee performance. The objective is to ascertain the type of relationship between empathy and employee turnover. In this study conducted by selected commercial bank in anambrastate,Nigeria. The researcher used survey method for finding the relationship between dependent and independent variables. The researcher selected 104 respondents. The self-structured questionnaire was used for data collection. Emotional intelligence and employee performance have a positive relationship and empathy a strong inverse relationship with the employee turnover rate.
5)Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Job Satisfaction at Globus India Ltd.: in this study aim was the impact of emotional intelligence on job satisfaction. The study conducted at the 7 Globus India, Mumbai. the sample size was 60 selected from the frontline office staff, store manager, department manager and sales executives. Method of data collection questionnaire consists of 26 items from 7 Globus retail store in Mumbai. The result shows that there is positive correlation between emotional intelligence and job satisfaction.
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6)A STUDY TITLE: Predictors of Occupational Stress: An Exploratory Study
Author (s): Alok Chandra and Baldev R. Sharma
Year: October 2010
Published by: Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources
Alok Chandra and Baldev R. Sharma (2010): This study is aimed was relationship between occupational stress and a number of its potential predictors. There are two Hypothesis of the study The managers with “internal” locus of control experience a lower level of stress, The managers who perceive their jobs as “enriched’ and “empowering” experience a lower level of stress, The managers who perceive their organizational climate more positively experience a lower level of stress. Exploratory study using a purposive sample of 53 managerial employees of a public sector company. data collection purpose they used self-structured questionnaire.
7)A Study Title :The Scale of Occupational Stress in the Business Process Outsourcing Industry
Author: Cristina Teresa Lim
Year: 15-16 April, 2013
Cristina Teresa lim in (2013): Occupational stress affects both the individual and its working environment. Objectives of the study determined the level of stress of night shift call center agents and to determined how stress had affected their personal lives. Respondent for this study were night shift call center agents(99or 100%) at the study. A questionnaire on occupational stress measured through Occupational Stress Index (OSI) (Srivastava ; Singh, 1981) was administered. Research hypothesis is as follows stress affect the personal lives of the respondents. Results showed that the respondents in general reflected a very high level of stress. Occupational stress subscales are from 4.15 to 4.37 signifying that the level of stress due to work are ranging from very high levels.
8)A STUDY TITLE: Relational between occupational stress and work related musculoskeletal disorders in Korean male firefighters
Author’s: Min G Kim,Kyoo-Sang Kim,Jae_Hong Ryoo and Seung-won yoo
Year: 2013
Journal: Annals of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Kim et al (2013): The purpose of the study was to determine the status of WMSDs in almost all Korean male firefighters and to explain the effect of job stress on the occurrence of WMSDs. The researcher used survey method using structured questionnaire by the Korean occupational stress scale (optional KOSS-26), center for epidemiologic studies – depression scale (CES-D). The chi-square test,univariate,and correlation was used data analyses were a correlation between general characteristics and job stress and the occurrence of WMSD. The result shows back pain is the most common WMSD. between the job stress subgroup,physical environment,job demands,organizational system.occupational climate,lack of reward and job insecurity were related to the occurrence of WMSDs.
9)Occupational Stress and Job Satisfaction among Nurses( 2014) Apeksha Gulavani, Mahadeo Shinde:In this study found the occupational stress and job satisfaction among the nurses working in tertiary care hospitals and to find out correlation between occupational stress and job satisfaction among nurses. Researcher used descriptive research design. Sample size was 100 nurses by using convenient sampling technique. Result shows that there was no significant association between occupational stress and job satisfaction.
10)EVALUATING EFFECT OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS ON JOB 2014(saeidi,pasand and laki):this examined effects of three stress components-including word load, access information and interpersonal relationships and put mediating variable of career development- on job satisfaction. A descriptive research is of the survey methodology and statistical population used in the research is 2798 official personnel of oil-gas extracting company of aghajary, sample size of 338 was obtained using a Morgan table. the research result shows impacts of workload variables, access to information and career development on employees’ job satisfaction . the impact of interpersonal relationship on employees’ job satisfaction and workload was rejected on career development and impact of variables of interpersonal relationship and access to information on career development was accepted.
11)Occupational Stress among the Employees in the Health Care Industry(2014) 🙁 Mrs. S.Kanthimathi): found out the level of stress among the employees in the health sector and to identify the factors including stress and also to study the relationship demographic factors and the level of stress. Researcher used convenient sampling method. Sample size was 110 respondents. In this study result shows high level of stress score was found among the respondents towards their opinion about too much works to do in too little time. A high level of stress was found among the respondents.
12)A STUDY TITLE: The Relationship between Stress and Job Satisfaction: An Evidence from Malaysian Peacekeeping Mission
Author(s): Azman Ismail , Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani, Muhammad Subhan, Mohd Hasanur Raihan Joarder, Ahmad Azan Ridzuan.
Year: August 2015
Azman Ismail, Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani, Muhammad Subhan, Mohd Hasanur Raihan Joarder, Ahmad Azan Ridzuan (2015): in this study the relationship between stress and job satisfaction. The ability of employees to properly handle stress in performing job may have a significant impact on individual outcomes, especially job satisfaction. Even though the relationship is important, the role of work related stress as an important determinant has been given less attention in organizational stress research literature. hypotheses the level of physiological stress and psychological stress is significantly and negatively related to Malaysian peacekeeping mission members job satisfaction. In this study sample size 14, mixed method of survey and semi structured interview. The study was conducted soldiers engaged under malayion battalion in the peacekeeping mission in a middle eastern country, Lebanon. Result of the hypothesis used smart PLS path model analysis highlighted 4 main findings; physiological stress was significantly associated with job satisfaction. Second, psychological stress was significantly associated with job satisfaction. The finding confirms that work related stress does act as an important determinant of job satisfaction in the organizational sample. Further, discussion, suggestions and conclusion.
13)A STUDY TITLE :A Quantitative Erudition of Occupational Stress in Information Technology Professionals
Athor’s : B. prathyushal,ch.s.durga Prasad and M Sudhir reddy
Year: May 2016
B. prathyushal,ch.s.durga Prasad and M Sudhir reddy in (2016): a study to discusses about measure the level of stress among IT professionals on the 12 dimensions. There is no signiffint of presence of Occupational Stress among Information Technology Professionals on the varied dimensions of Occupational Stress Index (OSI). The researcher used quantitative method in this study.sample techongues was snowball sampling this is a types of non probability. The sample comprised of 500 IT Professionals working in various IT corporates in Hyderabad, Telangana State. The Occupational Stress Index (OSI) developed by Srivastava A. K. and Singh A. P. (1984) was used for data collection. The data found was analysed using descriptive statistics. The results determined that the IT Professionals are feeling high levels of stress.
14)Organizational Stressors ; Occupational Stress of Software Professionals in India( gautami and anupama,2016): in this study the causes or sources of occupational stress in the IT industry professionals in India. Objectives of in this study to identify the sources of occupational stress and to suggest suitable measures for reducing occupational stress to the IT industry. Researcher used pre-tested questionnaire used for data collection. Data was generated on the respondent’s demographics, their perceived organizational stressors like inter role distance, role stagnation, role expectation conflict. Role erosion, role isolation, personal inadequacy, self-role distance, role ambiguity, role inadequacy. Results shows that there is no significant relationship of gender and marital status on occupational stress .the study found age, education, experience, working hours and income having significant relationship with occupational stress.
15)A STUDY TITLE: Perceived Occupational Stress and Employee’s Attitude towards Job and Management
Author: Jagdish
Year:2018
Published by: Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources
Jagdish (2018): in this study occupational stress at work, stemming from the increasing complexity of work and its different demands is pervading feature of modern organizations. Hypothesis of the study that occupational stress stemming from various job dimensions. By used random sample technics sample size 400 first level supervisors selected from various units of mechanical and electrical departments of diesel locomotive works, Varanasi (U.P). Occupational Stress Index developed by Srivastava and Singh (1981) the list includes of 46 times, 18 ‘false keyed’ and 28 ‘true-keyed’ with five alternative responses. The significant of difference of high and low occupational stress with regard to employees’ job and management attitude scores. The capable authorities must take possible efforts to keep employees free from group or political pressures and improve inter-personal relations at work which would develop positive attitude towards job and management among the employee.
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16)A Study Title :A Study on Emotional Intelligence and Occupational Stress
Author: DR. R. Krishnakumar and S. Lalith
Year :May/June 2014
DR. R. Krishnakumar and S. Lalitha in (2014): conducted a study to discusses about the relationship between emotional intelligence and occupational stress. Objectives of the study were to measure the emotional intelligence and occupational stress of the employees. There are two Hypothesis of the study which states that there is no emotional intelligence and occupational stress among the employees. There is negative relationship between emotional intelligence and occupational stress. The researcher used quantitative method in this study. Random Sampling method was used. The study consists of 42 sample. The study was conducted in a BPO engage in ePublishing and digital solutions located in Puducherry, India. Two Tailed Correlation was used to analysis the data. The result shows, there is a strong positive relationship between emotional intelligence and occupational stress. The study also suggested that there is no much difference among male and female emotional intelligence and occupational stress, employees with high emotional intelligence have moderate and high stress.
17)A STUDY TITLE: Relation between Emotional Intelligence and Job stress among engineer’s at Managerial level at Public sector organization.
Author’s: Kakali Goswami 1, Dr. Rita Rani Talukdar
Year: 2013
Journal: Journal Of Humanities And Social Science
(Goswami & Talukda, 2013) aimed to find the relation between emotional intelligence and job stress among engineers at the managerial level at public sector organization. A study conducted among engineers working in public sector organizations in Assam. By using purposive sampling technique researcher selected 30 samples at the managerial level at a state-run public sector power organization, Assam. The finding shows that emotional intelligence influences stress level among managerial level. Stress does not have the same effect on all. It differs from individual to individual. The result of the study shows that individual who has high emotional intelligence are able to manage stress situations where as an individual with low emotional intelligence is not able to manage stress situations.
18)The relationship between emotional intelligence and occupational stress: (galanakis, galanopoulou, and stalikas): in this study shows that relationship between emotional intelligence and occupational stress. the study was conducted among the greek employees. The sample size was 2775 among the 42.10%was employed in private sector,23.50% was employed in public sector,2,60%was medical doctors, 1.60% was lowyers,2.10 %was military personnel,2.90%was self-employed 1.10%was psychologist and 24 % was worked in other professions. The results shows emotional intelligence has negative correlation with occupational stress.
19)Pant &Yadhav, 2016) this study find the impact of emotional intelligence on job performance and stress management of employees. The study was conducted among the employees of software companies such as HP,LENOVO,HCL, DELL, Sony etc. used non-probability convenience sampling, researcher selected 100 employees. The data were collected by using a questionnaire method. Finally the result shows that there is a positive relationship between emotional intelligence and stress management among software employees. It shows that emotional intelligence has the ability to reduce stress in various situations.

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