STRESS AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH: PAKISTAN-USA COMPARATIVE STUDY
Latif, A. and Sadaf, B., National Institute of Handicapped and Saeed, A., Quaid-I-Azam University, Pakistan, Anjum, A. and Orr, J., Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA
This study explores sources stress at lower management levels for women in Pakistan (N=100) and USA (N=80). The SWS- Survey of Stress and Mental Health, a cross- cultural instrument validated in native language translation was used to collect the data. Results illustrate significant differences and similarities between the two countries regarding both stress and support variables related to work performance and occupational health.