Effect of Gender, Age and education on job stress in pharma industry employees
The present investigation was planned to determine effect of Gender, Age and education on job stress in pharma industry employees. Today, human power as the most valuable investment in the organization, presents many problems, and management experts and organizational psychologists are paying more attention to the factors influencing an increase or a reduction in human efficiency and trying to improve the influence of positive factors and reduce the role of negative ones by identifying them and taking necessary actions.
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