The Impact of Work Stress on Employee Productivity: Based in the Banking sector of Faisalabad, Pakistan
The study investigated the impact of work stress on employee productivity. The study sought to find out how work-related stress could affect the productivity of banking staff of Faisalabad, Pakistan. In addition, it identified certain factors which contribute to work stress among banking.
Construction management, as an emergent field of research, is yet to have a recognized methodological orientation, characteristic of other more established domains, and therefore builds on the traditional philosophical assumptions of related natural and social science research.
Environmental innovations are one path towards new “Green Economy” using natural resources only within the boundaries of the ecosystem’s ability to renew itself. The paper focuses on product related demand-side eco-innovations. It addresses commercial procurement. According to the hypothesis
Accurate Forecast Improvement Approach for Short Term Load Forecasting Using Hybrid Filter-Wrap Feature Selection
Accurate hybrid ﬁlter– wrap approach is quite important for short term load forecasting as it not only improve forecasting accuracy performance, but also could effectively avoid converging prematurely. The importance of input selection-features
Impact of Welfare Measures on the Quality of Employees Performance with Special Reference to Construction Industry
The concept of employee welfare is vibrant. Its broad viewpoint and contents are inclined to change, depending on social and economic changes that occur in society. Employee welfare includes various services, benefits, and facilities offered to employees by employers.
Is Wealth A Loan? “The Win-Win-Win Papakonstantinidis Equi-Harmony Point”- The Queen’s Evidence Argument
The market-bank writes this additional capital into its assets Banks-as it is known- are interested more, to write a new loan than to payoff This “radical idea” based on this reversal in any bargain is examined in the frame of Nash Bargaining Theory (1950)