Job Satisfaction: A Literature Review On Job Satisfaction

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A LITERATURE REVIEW ON JOB SATISFACTION: ABSTRACT: Job satisfaction is one of the prime areas which the current managers are facing in order to handle their employees. The job satisfaction has multivariate impact on workers right from creating motivation thereby to productivity which led to enhanced performance of the organisation. In spite of being its positive effects on employees and organisation it has not received proper attention both from the researchers and the organisation mangers of various business organisation. 1. DEFINITION AND IMPORTANCE OF JOB SATISFACTION The fact that there is no proper definition to describe what the job satisfaction represents despite its usage in various scientific research analysis and day to day activities.…show more content…
Affective loyalty - when an employee feels an emotional connection with the organisation, Normative loyalty - when an employee feels like he owes something to the company Continuity loyalty - is a result that the employee does not have an opportunity to find a job somewhere else. Research conducted by Vanderberg and Lance (1992) showed a strong relations between job satisfaction and employee loyalty. Their research proved that the degree of job satisfaction is directly related to the level of employee loyalty. It has been found that high employee satisfaction leads to low absenteeism ; low satisfaction marks with high absenteeism. 5. CONCLUSIONS Job satisfaction is one of the most important areas in which today’s managers concentrating in order retain their best employees and thereby to increase the productivity in an organisation. Many studies have found an unusually greater impact of job satisfaction on the motivation of workers which in turn has an impact on productivity and also on performance of business of the
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