Teachers in Comfort Support Happiness in Bhutan: A Case of Secondary Schools from Mongar District


Authors : UgyenWangdi

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 3 - March

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6401612

Occupational stress refers to a condition in which all aspects of a person's job interact with him and alter his psychological or physiological state. The term "stress" was coined by Selye (1959) as the "non-specific response of the organism to any demand for change."Organizational health, on the other hand, is ability of an organization to achieve its goals and objectives in relation to its environment, with the goal of improving the organization's performance and supporting the well-being of its personnel. A study investigated the occupational stress of secondary school teachers in Bhutan's Mongar area. It also sought to determine the impact of organizational health on workplace stress. The following hypotheses were formulated: (I) There is no significant difference in occupational stress between secondary school male and female instructors, and(II) there is no significant association between occupational stress and perceived organizational health. Study purposively sampled 100 teachers (50 male and 50 female) from 6 secondary schools of Mongar districts of Bhutan. Published occupational Stress Scale, Organizational Health Description Data collection was done using questionnaire. Statistical methods such as mean, standard deviation, t-test analysis, and correlation coefficient were used to examine the data. Male and female secondary school teachers possess moderate level of occupational stress and in perceived organizational health, they fall on above average category. There exists no significant difference in occupational stress among male and female primary school teachers. There are no significant differences in perceived organization health among the two groups. There is a correlation between occupational stress and reported organizational health among school teachers of secondary level.

Keywords : Occupational Stress, Organizational Health, Secondary School, Teachers.

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