Effects of Job Rotation on Role Stress

Shelomeya Ragel


This study examines the research problem of whether Job Rotation related and have influence on Role Stress in Banks in Batticaloa district.  Job Rotation known as ongoing training and learning mechanism. It is become important as it facilitates to get broader knowledge regarding function of organization and making the job an exciting one. On the other hand, Importance of managing Role stress is uncountable, because ultimately it is affecting health and performance of individual and creates problem in entities. To survival of an organization, it is vital to manage these variables at workplace. There is only limited number of researches conducted connecting Job Rotation and Role stress, also it is not sure that, whether this study conducted among banks in Sri Lankan context. So, this study investigates both variables in banks of Sri Lanka. Quantitative methodology has been engaged for this research and questionnaires were issued to collect the data. This study sample included 166 employees who have been working in Banks of Batticaloa District. Simple random sampling technique was used and for analysis the data Univariate, correlation, and regression analysis have been used. Finding indicates that Job Rotation is in

high level and Role stress is in moderate level. Results also found that moderate negative relationship between the variables. Moreover, Job Rotation significantly influence on Role Stress of Bank employees in Batticaloa District.

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