عنوان مقاله [English]
Factors influencing job stress generally can be divided into two categories of individual and organizational factors. The aim of this study is to predict job stress based on personality types and organizational commitment as individual and organizational factors. The present study population was employees of the Shahr bank branches in Tehran that a sample of 300 subjects were randomly selected by random cluster method.
Research instruments included Philip L rice job stress questionnaires, Myers-Briggs personality types and Allen Meyer organizational commitment. Results have shown that job stress has significant negative correlation with extraversion personality, thinking, judging, affective organizational commitment, normative organizational commitment, continuous organizational commitment and total organizational commitment and it has significant positive correlation with introversion personality types, sensory, emotional, and thoughtful. This means that the more extroversion, the more thoughtful and the more judging person and with more organizational commitment he will have less job stress and introverted personality, sensory, emotional types, will see more job stress.