Job Satisfaction wth Different Variables

1258 WordsFeb 23, 20185 Pages
The primary objective of the report is to measure the reliance of dependent variable i.e. job satisfaction on several manipulated variables (motivation, stress, working conditions, etc.). Job satisfaction describes how content an individual is with his or her job. There are several factors that influence person’s level of job satisfaction. Some of these factors include the fairness of the promotion system within an organization, stress factor, the quality of the working conditions, leadership and social relationships, the job itself (the variety of tasks involved, the interest and the clarity of the job description). Job satisfaction is frequently measured attribute in the organizations. The measurement was done on using rating scale where the people reported their reactions to their jobs. On the basis of these rating scales, correlations were developed between job satisfaction and several other variables. The survey suggests that satisfaction is strongly related to working conditions, rewards and appraisal for work and motivation from seniors and co-workers. Key words used: job satisfaction, motivation, stress and workload level, working environment Introduction Job satisfaction represents an employee’s beliefs about his job or job situation, that is, the employee may believe his job is interesting, stimulating, dull or demanding. Job satisfaction, basically, represents an employee’s attitude toward his job. Job satisfaction can be influenced by variety of factors like

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