Job Satisfaction Project Report

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Project Title“A STUDY ON JOB SATISFACTION AMONG EMPLOYEES IN AN ORGANIZATION”ObjectivesObjectives of the project  To know about the meaning of job satisfaction  To know the techniques of job satisfaction  To know the advantages and effects of job satisfaction  To examine the level of job satisfaction among the employees  To examine the problems faced by the employees of the various categories of the organization.  To know about the various theories of job satisfaction  To know about the determinants of job satisfaction  To identify the factors which influence the job satisfaction of employees  To identify the factor which improves the satisfaction level of employees  To provide any suggestions or recommendations (If any) Problem StatementProblem…show more content…
Individuals may become more loyal towards the organization. Employees will be more satisfied if they get what they expected, job satisfaction relates to inner feelings of workers. Naturally it is the satisfied worker who shows the maximum effectiveness and efficiency in his work. Most people generalize that workers are concerned more about pay rather than other factors which also affects their level of satisfaction, such as canteen facilities, bonus, working conditions, etc. these conditions are less significant when compared to pay. Employees play are important role, so employee’s satisfaction is a very essential one, hence there arises a need to study the job satisfaction level. Employee attitudes are important to management because they determine the behavior of workers in the organization. The commonly held opinion is that “A satisfied worker is a productive worker”. A satisfied work force will create a pleasant atmosphere within the organization to perform well. Hence job satisfaction has become a major topic for research studies. The specific problem addressed in this study is to examine the impact of job satisfaction on…show more content…
For example, if organizational participants feel that they are working much harder than other in the department but are receiving fewer rewards, they will probably have a negative attitude toward the work, the boss and/or coworkers and they will be dissatisfied. On the other hand, if they feel that they are being treated very well and are being paid equitably, they are likely to have a positive attitude toward the job, and then they will be job satisfied. In today’s changing world the business environment is changing rapidly. In the age of information and technology, we have seen change has occurred in every aspect of our life from personal to business, government to private, national to international, so the nature of people and their expectation from the job is also changing. We have come across various human resources and behavioral issues which we think play a significant role in their job satisfaction and morale. The purpose of the study is to describe the current level of job satisfaction and morale of the employees. MethodologyMethodology to be used Research included gathering both primary and secondary

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