Effect Of Situational Depression And Stress On Job Performance Of Rescue 1122 Workers; A Socio-Cultural Perspective In Punjab, Pakistan

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  • Ishtiaq Ahmad
  • Noor Ul Ain Soomra
  • Sidra Tul Muntaha
  • Ahmad Ali
  • Muhammad Naeem
  • Muhammad Husnain

Abstract

This research aims to gauge the level of situational depression and stress on rescue 1122 workers and its effects on their job performance. Total 300 rescue workers were selected from three big cities (Bahawalpur, Multan and Dera Ghazi Khan) of South Punjab by using purposive sampling technique. The present research was carried out as quantitative research and cross-sectional research design was used. To measure the data, two questionnaires were used in this research; Depression, Anxiety and Stress (Lovibond & Lovibond, 1995) and Job Performance (Janssen, 2000). The collected data were analyzed through SPSS (23 version). The results of bivariate correlation found that situational depression and stress were significantly and negatively correlated with job performance among rescue 1122 officers. The results of linear regression found that situational depression and stress has signifi[1]cantly negative effect on job performance of rescue 1122 workers. The result of independent sample t-test was found the significant marital status differences in terms of situational depression, stress and job performance. While, situational depression and stress were higher among married respondents as compared to unmarried respondents, whereas, job performance was higher among unmarried respondents than married respondents. The limitations and future avenues of this research have also been furnished.

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2024-03-14

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Ahmad, I. ., Soomra, N. U. A. ., Muntaha, S. T. ., Ali, A. ., Naeem, M. ., & Husnain, M. (2024). Effect Of Situational Depression And Stress On Job Performance Of Rescue 1122 Workers; A Socio-Cultural Perspective In Punjab, Pakistan. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 951–964. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9484

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