HOW WORKPLACE ANXIETY AFFECTS THE WORK AND FAMILY SATISFACTION OF THE EMPLOYEES WORKING IN PRIVATE SECTORS

Dr. Ranita Basu

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The objective of the present study was to find out the impact of anxiety on work satisfaction and family satisfaction of the employees working in private sectors. Accordingly the sample comprised of 200 employees was selected from various private sector organization in Kolkata. Data were gathered through  the measures including: a demographic questionnaire; a measure of anxiety (O’Neil, Speilberger, & Hansen 1969); a family satisfaction measure (Brayfield & Rothe, 1951); and finally a work satisfaction measure (Hackman & Oldham, 1975); were used  in this study.  Purposive sampling technique was followed for collecting the data. 2 hypotheses were formulated and product moment correlation was used to find the results. The findings reveal a variety of pictures in connection to the variables. It was found that anxiety is negatively related to family satisfaction and work satisfaction. The findings may help the future researchers to plan and design more work related to private sector enterprises in India and how their working environment and work culture is different from each other.The objective of the present study was to find out the impact of anxiety on work satisfaction and family satisfaction of the employees working in private sectors. Accordingly the sample comprised of 200 employees was selected from various private sector organization in Kolkata. Data were gathered through  the measures including: a demographic questionnaire; a measure of anxiety (O’Neil, Speilberger, & Hansen 1969); a family satisfaction measure (Brayfield & Rothe, 1951); and finally a work satisfaction measure (Hackman & Oldham, 1975); were used  in this study.  Purposive sampling technique was followed for collecting the data. 2 hypotheses were formulated and product moment correlation was used to find the results.              The findings reveal a variety of picture in connection to the variables. It was found that anxiety is negatively related to family satisfaction and work satisfaction. The findings may help the future researchers to plan and design more work related to private sector enterprises in India and how their working environment and work culture is different from each other.

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anxiety, work satisfaction, family satisfaction.

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