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RELATIONSHIP OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE WITH MENTAL HEALTH AMONG EMPLOYEES

Ravneet Kaur

No 2019-32-01, Working papers from Voice of Research

Abstract: Emotional intelligence as the ability to manage emotions and feelings has as important role in the life and success of an individual. Emotional and affective disturbance are an important factors in developing psychological problems related to mental health. The present study examined the association between the emotional intelligence and mental health of school teachers. The sample comprised 100 employees (M=50, F=50). Emotional intelligence was evaluated with Emotional Intelligence Scale by Hyde, Pathe& Dhar (2001) and mental health was evaluated with Employee’s Mental Health Inventory by Dr. Jagdish (1985). Results showed that high emotional intelligence was positively and significantly related to mental health of employees. Further, no significant differences for gender in this regard were shown. Implications have been discussed. Key Words: Emotional Intelligence, Mental Health and Employees. Policy

Date: 2019-12
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