Thriving at Workplace by Bank Managers: an Empirical Study of Public and Private Sector Banks

Vivek S.A., Dhanya Raveeendran


In the modern World, human-beings are susceptible to work pressure, relational problem and stress in every phase of life including workplace and home. This stress not only impacts human health, but also affects his/her workplace. Psychological health and workplace environment of an employee is very important for individual and organizational well-being. To impart positive environment and energy, thriving at work place is very important. Thriving gives energy to individual to reach their goal at workplace and also act buffer against stress in their life when thriving increases, employee emotional exhaustion and cynicism decreases. The purpose of the study is to measure thriving at workplace by bank managers of public and private sector banks in Kerala, India.


thriving, energy, bank managers, public sector banks, private sector banks

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