ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND EMPLOYEE WORK RELATED STRESS: EVIDENCE FROM CONSUMER GOODS INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA

Authors

  • TAEGAR, Martha Ejakpofon Department of Business Administration, University of Delta Agbor, Delta State, Nigeria
  • TARURHOR, Emmanuel Mitaire Department of Business Administration, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria
  • Oboreh, Jacob Snapps Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro, Nigeria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51594/ijarss.v6i2.753

Abstract

This study aimed at to investigate the effects of organizational change on employee work related stress in the Nigeria Consumer Good Industry. The study adopted one specific objectives, research question and one research hypotheses. The study adopted survey research design method. The study used organizational support theory, The population of the study consists of one hundred (100) respondents. A random sample was used to select 38 employees and 62 employers. Questionnaire was the major instrument used for the study. Data collected was analyzed with mean and standard deviation, while t-test was used for test of hypotheses. The findingshows that work related stress that affects employee’s level of productivities of organization in Nigeria. It concluded that managers working in organizations are expected to motivate their workers in order to reduce stress from them. It is recommended those employees are encourage to avoid work-related stress that affect their commitment toward organizational change during production of consumers goods.

Keywords: Organization, Change, Employment, Work Related, Stress,Evidence, Consumer, Goods, Industry, Nigeria.

Published

2024-02-12

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