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    The Effect of Workplace Spirituality

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    The Moderating Effect of Workplace Spirituality On the Relationship of Job Overload and Job Satisfaction, is an article that gives the reader an apt description of the increasing job stresses, and instances of job overload due to the increasingly competitive nature of the business markets of today. This article also seeks to explain the relationship between increasing market competition, and the corresponding increasing stress that is expressed by individuals on the job who are required to perform their duties in a manner that will keep their organization's competitive. This article aptly describes the decreasing job performance that is the result of these pressures, and the resulting difficulties that organizations have in reaching their objectives.

    One of the main points that the author tries to establish with this article, is the fact that job overload is a very frequent occurrence in many organizations that are forced to compete in a fiercely competitive market. The increasing prevalence of job overload throughout a wide variety of industries, makes this phenomenon ...