Workload, occupation stress and performance:
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This study sought to examine the relationship between work-load, occupational stress and performance among employees of Action Africa Help. A correlation study design was adopted. A total of 50 questionnaires were randomly distributed among respondents, with this the researcher considered a sample size of 44 respondents. The researcher used self-administered questionnaires which consisted of closed end questions to collect information from the respondents. Data was entered into a computer using Statistical Package of Social Scientists (SPSS). Findings of the study indicated that there is a significant positiverelationship between work-load and occupational stress hence there is relationship between work-load and occupational stresssince the researcher rejected the null hypothesis. There is a significant negative relationship between work-load and performancehence there is no relationship between work-load and performancesince the researcher retained the null hypothesis. However, there is a significant but weak positive relationship between occupational stress and performance hence there is no significant relationship between occupational stress and performance since the researcher rejected the null hypothesis. The researcher concluded that the findings show that there is a weak positive relationship between work-load and occupational stress among the employees of AAH, and a significant but weak positive relationship between occupational stress and performance. Additionally the researcher concluded that there is a significant negative relationship between work-load and performance among the employees.