Job Satisfaction: A Key Element in the Organizational Work

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Job satisfaction Introduction Employees who are satisfied with what they do always tend to establish a desirable work environment, they also prove to be more productive and efficient, and this always results to greater profit, employee retention as well as customer satisfaction. It is important for managers and executives to understand job satisfaction, whatever creates it, the manner in which it should be fixed and the way of managing it. In job satisfaction there are organizational behavioral concerns that relate to it, for example, turnover, absenteeism, customer satisfaction, and workplace deviance and organization citizenship behavior. Turnover: Can be described as any permanent departure that is beyond the boundaries of the organization. It is essential to the managers since it disrupts the continuity of the organization on top of being costly. These costs may be; replacement costs of a new employee, separation costs as well as training costs of a new employee. Employees who have low satisfaction in their job are more likely to leave their jobs. Therefore there is need for employee satisfaction so that the turnover becomes low since if there is dissatisfaction the turnover might go high, A. P., & Weiss, H. M. (2001). Workplace deviance: There is a critical link between job satisfaction and performance within the workplace. Satisfied employees tend to contribute to a healthy environment as well as productive and also desirable relationships between them and the
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