A Study on Psychological Resilience Amid Gender and Performance of Workers in IT Industry
This research builds a review to examine different theoretical aspects of resilience also, to explore psychological resilience among gender of workers and their performance in IT industry. The variables for study are taken from the peer reviewed articles and papers such as enhancing individual well being, positive coping situation, autonomy, self acceptance, purpose in life, are explored as variables of psychological resilience with which the gender and performance of the workers were assessed. In this study the respondents are taken from the IT industries with age group from 25 to 48 years, certain people with a minimum of 3 years experience and few above three years of experience are taken as sample respondent for this study with a sample size of 150. Descriptive research design and random sampling have been used to collect data from respondents. Questionnaire with 17 questions were administered using seven point Likert scale ranging from strongly agree as 1 to strongly disagree as 7, been used to collect the data from the respondent with respect to psychological resilience variables and the collected data for survey is anonymizied. The statistical tool that has been implemented for the study are t-test, correlation analysis, regression was applied, and the output are obtained using SPSS 21. Results revealed that, psychological resilience variables are strongly allied to both the workers, and it is evidently shown with increased performance of both male and female workers.
KeywordsPsychological resilience Gender Performance Workers Positivity Wellbeing
- David: Carol Ryff‟s model of psychological well-being the six criteria of well- being (2015). Accessed http://livingmeanings.com/six-criteria-wellryffs-multidimensional-model/
- Graber, R., Pichon, F., Carabine, E.: Psychological resilience: state of knowledge and future research agendas. Working Pap. 425, 1–27 (2015)Google Scholar
- Ryff, C.D., Singer, B.: Flourishing under fire: resilience as a prototype of challenged thriving. In: Keyes, C.L.M., Haidt, J. (eds.) Positive Psychology and the Life Welllived, APA, Washington, DC, pp. 15– 36 (2003)Google Scholar
- Vinayak, S.: Resilience and empathy as predictors of psychological wellbeing among adolescents. Int. J. Health Sci. Res. 8(4), 192–200 (2018)Google Scholar
- Werner, E.E., Smith, R.S.: Journeys From Childhood to Midlife: Risk Resilience and Recovery. Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London (2001)Google Scholar