Emotions can influence whether a person is receptive to advice, whether they quit a job, and how they perform individually or on a team. We can divide them into two groups – positive and negative. Examples in the workplace can be achieving a goal or receiving praise from a superior. This positive state of mind can give an individual feeling of making difficult challenges more achievable. It is very important as such a person can be more creative and customers with positive state of mind are more likely to use the specific product or recommend it to others.
A culture of sharing, support and respect and friendly working conditions are more likely to increase motivation. • Job security – The sense of job security directly influences employee satisfaction and when the employee feels insecure, they are likely to be dissatisfied. • Interpersonal relations at work – The work setting is made up of different people who come together for to attain organizational goals. It is therefore necessary that workers and supervisors respect each other. Satisfied employees are those that that have healthy relationships with supervisors and colleagues.
Hoppock describes job satisfaction as, “any combination of psychological, physiological and environmental circumstances that cause and person truthfully to say I am satisfied with my job.” Job satisfaction has many dimensions. Commonly noted facets are satisfaction with the work itself, wages, and recognition, rapport with supervisors and coworkers, and chance for advancement. Each dimension contributes to an individual’s overall feeling of satisfaction with the job itself, but different people define the “job” differently. There are three important dimensions to job satisfaction: 1) Job- satisfaction refers to one’s feeling towards one’s job. It can only be inferred but not seen.
When employees are not satisfied with their income, they tend to slack and be unproductive at work. • Employee’s Benefits In addition to employee’s salary, the benefits the employees are entitled to also have an impact on their satisfaction. Employees tend to be more happy and satisfied when they feel that their employer cares about them. Examples of employees’ benefits are health care benefits, retirement plans and non-monetary benefits such as flexible working
Benefits include increased communication and social interaction between employees, resulting in improved employee satisfaction. It also saves a company set-up and renovation time and enables the accommodation of a greater number of employees. Therefore the amount of office space needed is reduced. Some of the disadvantages include increased workplace noise, increased disturbances and distractions, feelings of crowding, and loss of privacy. How then is balance achieved?
and Mary A.V.G, 2015). Based on my understanding, job satisfaction described the level of contentment about the work which can affect employee’s performance. Satisfied employees have a favorable evaluation of their job based on their observation and emotional experiences. The more the employees prefer and have a happy emotion towards the job, the more they satisfied, and vice versa. Job satisfactions also have been found to decrease absenteeism, employee turnover, increase retention and the ability to perform at high level (Stenger, 2015).
The purpose of this term paper is to evaluate the professional environments or what is commonly known as the workspace. An important part in motivating employees is to create a productive workspace. This includes creating a space where employees want to show up rather than needing to.The workplace that an employee surrounds him in is not limited to the physical aspect such as his desk space but rather widespread. From the seating plan of the office to the sounds the scents of the office, they all fall into the category of workspace. Some workplaces promote creativity and some efficiency, this overall increases productivity.
The literature reveals that personalization has a positive effect on employees’ productivity, and the same assumption is being tested in this study for the offices. The area chosen is architect’s offices in Iran and India. The study will be based on primary data collected through a structured questionnaire. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY The impact and significance of office interior design on employees’ satisfaction and productivity is addressed in this study. Satisfaction with the physical environment is related to how much the employee is allowed to personalize their work area.
page :53 of the book. Some of the normal duties and responsibilities of a facilities manager are as follows: • Oversee the proper maintenance of in- house equipments and ensure they are working properly. • Come up with a design business strategy to produce optimum output from the hotels assets bearing minimum costs. • Promptly follow the hotel’s health and safety regulations. • Keep uptodate records of equipments and the systems of the hotel.
Employees are more concerned with work in an environment they enjoy. Job can be influenced by variety of factors like quality of one’s relationship with the supervisor, quality of physical environment in which one works and the degree of fulfillment in one’s work. Positive attitudes towards job are equivalent to job satisfaction where-as negative attitudes towards job have been defined variously from time to time. In short, job satisfaction is determined by a person’s attitude towards job. Job satisfaction is an attitude which results from balancing and summation of many specific likes and dislikes experienced in connection with the job-their evaluation may rest largely upon one’s success or failure in the achievement of personal objective and upon perceived combination of the job and combination towards these