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Donnish Journal of Business and Finance Management Research (DJBFMR)

October 2015 Vol. 1(4), pp. 040-048

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Original Research Article


Moderators of the Relationships between Stress and the Effects on Job Satisfaction and Job Performance Relationship


Majdi Anwar Quttainah

College of Business Administration, Kuwait University, P. O. Box 5486, Safat 13055, Kuwait.

Corresponding Author E-mail: mquttainah@cba.edu.kw

Accepted 5th October, 2015.



Abstract


So much research has been conducted to test the relationship between stress and job satisfaction and job performance. The role of age and gender as potential moderators remains unclear. This study examines the moderating effects between stress and the effects on job satisfaction and performance relationship. A series of quantitative scales such as the Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire, Dyadic Adjustment Scale, and Yerkes-Dodson Law is implemented in the study to quantify the stressors, satisfaction, and performance. Thus, the developed hypotheses testing the relationship of the moderating effects whereby referring to the inverted U relationship of arousal stages.

Keywords: Moderators, Stress, Job satisfaction, Job performance, Relationship, Effects.

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Majdi Anwar Quttainah. Moderators of the Relationships between Stress and the Effects on Job Satisfaction and Job Performance Relationship. Donnish Journal of Business and Finance Management Research 1(4) 2015 pp. 040-048.


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