Thus, the job satisfaction or , dissatisfaction doesn’t depend only on the nature of the work, but also the type of the work which is performed by the employee himself/ herself and lead to increase the employee’s comfortability and satisfaction. According to Xia and Johns (2000), the job satisfaction is a complicated phenomenon with various aspects. In the same context, Linz (2002) mentioned that job satisfaction may be impacted by the attitudes towards the work and organizational disciplines, and the positive attitude suppose to increase the attitude of the employee and that lead to increasing the job satisfaction and motivates the individual performance. Mowday and Porter (1979) mentioned that the attitude is considered as a hypothetical structure represents the individual attitude as mental or neural readiness as a result of experiments, and dynamic influence that are correlated to the individual responses to all cases. That means, they described the attitude as a tendency in order to act in a specific method based on the experience and the mood of the employee.
Tziner (2006) mention that, job satisfaction is defined as the pleasurable or positive emotional state resulting from the overall evaluation of one’s job or job experiences, and is a factor of the extent to which individual needs are met in the work setting. Consequently, it can be both intrinsic, deriving from internally mediated rewards such as the job itself, and extrinsic, resulting from externally mediated rewards such as satisfaction with pay (Porter and Kramer, 2004). Moreover, increased job satisfaction has been shown to be related to individual characteristics such as personality dispositions (Tziner et al., 2008). Individual attachment might also be considered an individual characteristic likely to associate with job satisfaction.
Meanwhile, Ganguly (2010) stated that job satisfaction involves a collection of numerous attitudes and feelings that refer to psychological disposition of people towards their jobs and how they feel about their work and also influence motivation and interest in work. According to Mcshane and Glinow (2015), a useful template for organizing and understanding the
Tietjen and Robert M. Myers (1998), there are two variables that can measure if an individual is fulfilled or disappointed with his or her work. One set of variables reasons glad sentiments and state of mind inside an employee that is work related and the other variable causes terrible emotions and awful mentality that is not assignment related yet work environment related. This announcement is genuine in light of the fact that great disposition of an individual can convey positive and viable results. Work satisfaction originates from the work an individual does. Contingent upon climate the representatives is propelled by the supervisors, the employment satisfaction of a worker can be judged.
Job satisfaction has various theories which measure job satisfaction from various aspects. Job satisfaction is generally measured as workers’ feelings towards the job situation. It is the level of the individual likeness of the job. When satisfied with a job, workers consider that job is the part of their life; hence they enjoy doing their work. Job enjoyment is related to the nature and operation of work.
Introduction: “Job or employee satisfaction has been defied in many ways. The feeling is based on perception of satisfaction of employee. Some think that it is just that an employee is satisfied with his job or not. If job is according to employee requirement, interest and qualification than he is satisfied with his job. If environment of sector or organization in which employee is working is not good and there is too much work stress than employee is dissatisfied with his job.
Job Satisfaction: Job Satisfaction can be defined as the level of fulfilment , a person feels regarding his/her job and the feeling is based on individual perception of satisfaction .Job satisfaction is the extent to which people are satisfied with their work (Warr,2002).It means that it is not the self-satisfaction content, or self-contentment but the satisfaction on the job . (Feinstein,2000,as cited by Ahmed et al 2010). Job satisfaction has a significant relationship with role performance and creative job performance. (Dizgahl,Chegani2,&Bisokhan,2012) Work Overload: Work Overload is the degree to which the demand of the job is excessive (Agho, Mueller, Price ,1993).The situation in which employees feel that there are too many responsibilities
As a concept, Job Satisfaction is an integral component of organizational life and it plays an important role in the relationship between employees and management. Many researchers have tried to define the concept as they see fit and not many researchers agree on a definite one. Therefore there are different definitions available. It may be defined as “the extent to which people like (satisfaction) or dislike (dissatisfaction) their work” (Spector, 1997); McNeese-Smith (1996) defines it as the feelings of individuals about their jobs. In the broadest sense, Knoop (1995) stated that it refers to an employee general attitude toward the job or some dimensions of it.
In regard to this, important findings were reported by Hanson and Miller (2002): An academe’s level of job satisfaction is as important to an institution goal’s achievement, as it is, to an academe’s wellbeing. From an organizational perspective, the reduction in costs associated with employee turnover is one of the most beneficial results in understanding factors that affect employee satisfaction. Generally, the potential for establishing a strong relationship between employees and organizations is greater when they feel that the employers are paying attention to their individual motivational needs. Such employees are more likely to experience higher levels of job satisfaction and less likely to leave an organization. In fact, according to Herzberg, (1974), employees are best motivated to work when their respective motivations are understood and management can best provide the means for motivation when it understands what motivates the individual employee.
Bella’s: a case study in organizational behavior Ali Kareem Issa Daner Dlawar Anwar University Of Kurdistan Organizational Behavior Instructor: Dr. Natalia Danilovich December, 15, 2014 Give your understanding of job satisfaction and employee engagement, discuss/describe why each is important in organizational settings? First of all, "Job Satisfaction is a general expression of workers’ positive attitudes built up towards their jobs. "(Çelik, 2011, pp 2). In addition, job satisfaction is employee 's perception feelings about her/his job within the organization, also those feelings could be positive which means highly satisfied or negative which means highly dissatisfied. Job satisfaction occurs when employees consider the type of the