An Empirical Study of Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction

Dr. Pooja Pandey ., Dr. Pradeep Kumar Asthana .

Abstract


The optimistic attitude of an employee’s experience based on their desired result is acknowledged as job satisfaction. This shows how the expectations of the employees for job are fulfilled in comparison to the veracity of their job. There are six important facets of job satisfaction and these are- Salaries, Promotion opportunities, Supervision, Nature of work and Colleagues. The objective of this study is to identify the factors that affect the job satisfaction of employees and to analyze the impact of compensation, organizational policy, working condition, job stress and promotion opportunities on job satisfaction of employees. The findings of the study suggest that the taken factors have explained the job satisfaction and the policy framers and managers have to think about inclusion of the factors that affect satisfaction to enhance their business. The study suggests that working condition, organizational policy and strategies, promotion, job stress and compensation package are key factors of job satisfaction.


Keywords


Organizational Policy, Employees Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Compensation Management, Promotion Opportunities

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