The study explored the validity of Warr’s nine-environmental stressors’ questionnaire across a sample of employees from five occupational categories varying in the stressful nature of their work duties.
The five occupations were the police service, fire service personnel, school teachers, train drivers and related personnel, and librarians.
The association between perceived occupational stress and absenteeism, psychological health, job satisfaction, and family stress was also examined.
Environmental Stressors and their Impact at Work: The Role of Job Stress Upon General Mental Health and Key Organisational Outcomes across Five Occupational Groups | April 2019
(Saqib Saddiq and Zaffer Iqbal)