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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 5120-5134

The Relationship Of Challenging Stressors With Job Outcomes And Project Success: Moderating Role Of Social Support

Saba Firdous, Muhammad Ibrahim Khan, Syed Mohsin Ali Shah, Syed Haider Khalil, Fahad Sultan.


A growing body of research indicates that techniques for evaluating the cognitive impact of workplace stressors must account for the influence of individuals' perceptions on their reactions. In addition, it analyses how workers perceive and are affected by job stress. As a result, his study focuses on the challenging stressors in engineering organizations, emphasizing how the engineer's perception of these stressors leads to the development of stress, which in turn affects the engineer's performance and the success of engineering projects. We utilized both primary and secondary data sources to attain this objective. It was discovered that Project Success, Engineering Performance, and Commitment are all favorably associated with Challenging stressors and Social Support.

Key words: Challenging stressor, social support, Project success, Performance, and Commitment

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