Occupational stress among managers: A Malaysian survey

  • Manshor A
  • Fontaine R
  • Choy C
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This paper examined the sources of occupational stress among Malaysian managers working in multinational companies (MNCs). A total of 440 managers participated in this survey. Data is collected through a questionnaire distributed to managers in 34 multinational companies operating in Malaysia. It was found that workloads, working conditions and relationship at work were the main concern of the managers that lead to stress at the work place. The results also indicated that certain demographic variables do influence the level of stress among managers. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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  • Malaysia
  • Managers
  • Multinational companies
  • Stress

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