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Occupational stress, coping strategies, nutritional and dietary assessment of some selected bank staff in Osogbo - case study of First Bank plc, Access Bank, and Guarantee Trust Bank

 Department: Nutrition and Dietetics  
 By: usericon Afazco  

 Project ID: 5868
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Abstract
Stress refers to pressure, tension, or worries arising from problematic situations in an individual’s life, this study investigates Occupational Stress, Coping Strategies, and Nutritional and Dietary Assessment of Some Selected Bank Staffs in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria. The research design adopted for this study is the descriptive survey. A total of 150 respondents were randomly selected from selected banks in Osun state, Nigeria and were given copies of the Stress, Coping Strategies, Nutritional and Dietary Assessment questionnaire to fill. The data, which emanated from the respondents were analysed by Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The result showed that when bank staff are being transferred to other branches far from home, competition among colleagues and many deadlines to meet were the sources of stress and eating of adequate balance diet, taking out time to visit a friend and doing periodic health check-up as the coping techniques of female bank staff. It was recommended that the banks' management should endeavour to employ more staff probably on part-time basis to ease the target set for the staff, counselling unit should also be provided in the banking industry to help the staff and management in understanding stress and how to cope with it. Counsellors in the banking sector could equip the staff with stress reduction techniques or strategies and how to adjust working between conditions in banks. Married staff most especially the women should be exempted from spending long hours at work. Keywords: Stress, Coping Techniques, Nutrition and Dietary...
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