Occupational stress in the Syrian NGOs and the most important consequences on the individual and organizational level

By

Dr.Abdurrahman Çalık & Dr.Faruk Kalay & Ahmet Nasif

(VAN YÜZÜNCÜ YIL ÜNİVERSİTESİ)

Abstract: This study came to measure the level of occupational stress for workers in Syrian organizations in Turkey and its results on the individual and the organization. The study concluded that the level of occupational stress in Syrian organizations is relatively low at 24%, and the impact of occupational stress was affected by the demographic characteristics of the sample in terms of age and Social Situation only, not affected  The gender and the Job Descriptions and educational level of the sample Did not affect stress significantly. The study recommended that Syrian organizations take age and social status for workers into account when building recovery and psychological support programs for them, and recommended the need to achieve well-being for workers in the work environment in order to reduce The stress framework on the organization and the individual, which reflects positively on the public interest in the Syrian organizations.

Key words: Occupational stress – sources of stress – individual and organizational stress results.

Occupational stress in the Syrian NGOs and the most important consequences on the individual and organizational level

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