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Employee job stress in the AIDS service organization: a study of personal and job factors



Employee job stress in the AIDS service organization: a study of personal and job factors



Journal of Health and Human Services Administration 20(2): 242-253



This study examined employees' perceived job stress in a community-based AIDS service organization. The study reveals that: 1) these employees have a relatively low level of job stress and 2) their perceived job stress is correlated not to personal characteristics but to job-related factors, including job security, work/family conflict, and role ambiguity/conflict. Implications concerning the results of the study are discussed.

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