Individual and Organizational Job Stressors, Stress Reactions, and Coping Strategies
OKADA Tomoka（Waseda University）
SUZUKI Ayako（Waseda University）
KOSUGI Shotaro（Waseda University）
Relationships among individual stressors, organizational stressors, stress reactions, and coping strategies were investigated in company employees. Participants were employees of 14 companies (N= 5844). Their job stressors, stress reactions, and coping strategies were measured by using the Job Stress Scale ? Revised version (JSS-R). The results indicated the following: (1) A clear recognition of individual and organizational stressors increased stress reactions. (2) Organizational stressors only increased inactive coping.
Keyword ： Hierarchical Liner Model, Individual and Organizational stressors