Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Work stress


Review of Psychosocial Risk Approach, Model and Theory

Dadan Erwandi; Fatma Lestari; Zulkifli Djunaidi; Herlina J. EL- Matury

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 195-214

Current psychosocial risk theories focus on different dimensions that it is necessary to understand each theory and approach to be able to adequately be analysed any psychosocial risk problem. Psychosocial hazards and risk, along with their relevant significant impacts, are often unrecognized by workers and management. This leads to increasing number of occupational accidents that are partly caused by psychosocial factors, in addition to physical, chemical, biological, and biomechanical factors. This review aims to obtain an in-depth understanding of the approaches/theories/models that are necessary to be able to comprehensively explain how psychosocial hazards and risk occur and their related impacts against workers in a workplace.

The Influence of Nurse Satisfaction and Work Stress on Turnover Intension at Mitra Medika Hospital Medan

Youlanda Sari; Ida Yustina; Sri Eka Wahyuni

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 490-494

Nurses are one of the most important assets affecting the efficiency and effectiveness of a hospital. The high intention of nurse turnover in a hospital can weaken the structure of the nursing system and hinder the proper implementation of the nursing processes and procedures itself. The purpose of this study was to analyze the influence of job satisfaction and stress on nurses on turnover intention. Associative and explanatory were used in this study. All of the nurses who work in Mitra Medika Hospital Medan were participants with a total sample of 126 nurses obtained using cluster sampling and random sampling techniques. The results showed that there was an influence of job satisfaction on turnover intention (p=0.000) and there was an influence of work stress on turnover intention (p=0.000). A hospital is expected to be able to manage nurses as well as possible so that nurses can increase job satisfaction to reduce turnover intentions.

Optimizing the Organizational Structure in Transforming Human Resources Who Can Manage Work Stress With a Religious Culture

Ali Mufron; Afiful Ikhwan; Muh. Syuhada; Achmad Ridlowi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1110-1126

This research is motivated by a phenomenon that contrasts industrial-based educational
institutions' implementation model that denies aspects of universal human values. Islamic
boarding schools positioned centrally to provide alternative solutions to humanity's
problems, morality and human behaviour. This study uses a qualitative approach with a
multi-case study design. The author concludes that individual action in students'
transformation by increasing the productivity of performance shaped by experience and
environment; group behaviour in conducting leadership transformation influenced by
recruitment of human resources, work teams, communication patterns and conflict
management based on consensus agreement. Organizational structure transforms
educators and education personnel by creating and implementing religious work culture by
optimizing the potential of faith, thought, and dzikir (pray) and managing work stress

WORK STRESS AND OCCUPATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY AMONG ACADEMIC STAFF OF UNIVERSITIES IN CROSS RIVER AND AKWA IBOM STATES, NIGERIA

Ekpo, EffiomEyo (Ph.D) &Ndum, Victor Etim (Ph.D)

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 2373-2382

This study investigated the influence of work stress and occupational productivity among
academic staff of universities in Cross River and AkwaIbom States, Nigeria. To achieve the
purpose of this study, two research questions were raised to guide the study. Related literature
was reviewed. Expost facto research design was adopted for the study. The stratified random
sampling technique was employed and a sample size of 639 academic staff was used for the
study. Work Stress and Occupational Productivity of Academic Staff Questionnaire
(WSOPASQ) was used for data collection. Data collected were analyzed using one-way
analysis of variance (ANOVA) to test the two null hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. The
findings revealed that role ambiguity has a significant influence on teaching but not
significant in terms of research and community service. Working environment has a
significant influence on teaching and research but not significant in terms of community
service. The study recommended among others that university management should provide
adequate facilities such as staff offices, lecture halls, equipment, materials, this is to ensure
that academic staff has the tools and technology to work to their full potentials. Academic staff
should undergo proper orientation and monitoring in order to have adequate information
about the demands and job roles.