. Literature review:
A literature review discusses published information in a particular subject area, and sometimes information in a particular subject area within a certain time period.
A literature review can be just a simple summary of the sources, but it usually has an organizational pattern and...
Paper no. 13 JOB SATISFACTION: THE ROLE OF MANAGER AND ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEE. A STUDY PAKISTANI CULTURE WORK-SETTING.
Jamshed Adil Halepota Jamshed.Halepota@brunel.ac.uk
There seems general agreement that job satisfaction has obtained an established position in the literature of industrial...
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Job Satisfaction plays a vital role in the operation of the firm. It is primarily responsible in keeping the employees because an organization would be nothing without its people. Job satisfaction is something that gives employee a rush every time a new assignment...
Guidance on retaining employees with a disability
The purpose of this literature review is to summarise the evidence from research and good practice guidance that will assist employers in retaining employees who acquire a disability. This literature review is a...
Employee satisfaction has been defined as a function of perceived performance and expectations. It is a persons’ feeling of pleasure or disappointment resulting from comparing a products’ outcome to his/her expectations.
If the performance falls short of expectations, the employee is dissatisfied...
Satisfaction with Creativity: A Study of Organizational Characteristics and Individual Motivation Silvia Sacchetti & Ermanno C. Tortia
Journal of Happiness Studies An Interdisciplinary Forum on Subjective Well-Being ISSN 1389-4978 J Happiness Stud DOI 10.1007/s10902-012-9410-y
Employee Assistance Program Plan Proposal - Healthier Habits
1. Cause and extent of the targeted health issue
Overweight and Obesity is an issue of serious concern for Australia's economy and workforce. In 2008, the Department of Human Services reported that rates of overweight and/or obesity were...
among practitioners concerning employee attitudes and the determination of level of job satisfaction. This report is based on recent research on job satisfaction and its findings that will appear significant in present modern organisations. As the branches of job satisfaction are numerous, for the sake of...
Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Demographic Variables
Over the last decades, job satisfaction has been identified as the major research traditions in organizational psychology. Job satisfaction can significantly influence the company as job satisfaction can positively affect employee commitment and...
Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention
This study was conducted to measure the level of job
satisfaction and its impact on turnover intention. Job
Satisfaction Survey (JSS) questionnaire containing nine facets
of job satisfaction and a questionnaire containing three items
organisation also give it to a competing source of loyalty- the union? Discuss.
In this contemporary world all organisations are aware of the importance of employee commitment and its role of motivation, hence productivity. It reflects the extent to which employees identify with and organisation and is committed...
Job satisfaction is one of the most important areas of research for many researchers, and as such it is one of the most frequently studies work attitude.( LEVEL OF JOB SATISFACTION AND INTENT TO LEAVE AMONG MALAYSIAN NURSES by Muhammad Masroor Alam, Jamilha Fakir Mohammad)...
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_____ is the expression often used to describe a work environment in which an employee can have continual access to...
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Customer satisfaction should be paramount for any firms marketing strategy (Lu, 2011). It is through satisfaction of customers that firms remain prosper or likewise. Customers as the key player in any industries have become an important part especially...
Job Satisfaction Definition
Confucius said: “Choose a job you love and you will never had to work a day in your life.” In fact, this quote is a synthesis for job satisfaction. Job satisfaction refers to positive feelings, hopes, and expectations from employees’ toward their work.
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EFFECT OF REMUNERATION AND REWARDS ON EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION- A STUDY OF SELECTED HOTELS IN WEST BENGAL
P.R.SANDILYAN*; MOUSUMI MUKHERJEE**; AMITABH DEY***; MANOJIT MITRA****
*Ph D Research Scholar...
Employee engagement is a complex paradigm that is shaped by a variety of factors in the
workplace environment, the managing organisation and its employees. One’s engagement to their
workplace actuates the amount of commitment and personal alignment with the organisation’s
goals, which in turn determines...
vacant positions and are overstretched. Management intent to reduce spending and maximize profits at the expense of dedicated employees are impetus for employee dissatisfaction and unhappiness at the workplace. Most employees have no choice but to leave and pursue other goals.
VCH have had a robust profit...
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Branding satisfaction in the airline industry: A
comparative study of Malaysia Airlines and Air Asia
Kee Mun, Wong* and Ghazali, Musa
Faculty of Business and Accountancy...
HRM 599 Week 3 Article Review on Healthcare Programs
Please find an article related to Healthcare Programs. To help locate your article you can utilize the DeVry University...
Basic needs satisfaction and subjective poverty: Evidence
from rural Guatemala
Jorge Guardiola and Teresa García-Muñoz
University of Granada
Draft presented to the 2008 International Conference of Well Being, Casino, Italy.
Literature about subjective well being has been recently raised...
Strategic Quality Management and Customer Satisfaction Paper
MGT/429 Quality Management and Productivity
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Strategic Quality Management and Customer Satisfaction
Riordan Manufacturing is a successful international...
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Work Environment Review 2
The Effect of Office Design on Business Performance 2
Research findings on the effect of office design on business performance 3
The effect office design on staff satisfactory and performance 3
Issues of the current office design...
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Analysis of Effect of Supervisors’ Behavior on Subordinates’ Job Satisfaction
Maria Mehboob, 2Imtiaz Arif and 3Mudassir Jalal
Business Graduate, Iqra University, Abid Town, Block-2 Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi, Pakistan...
departments to maximize the effectiveness of the merger.So from this interview we some what got direction of our research. By further studyingthe factors of employee motivation from different articles, research papers, discussion papers and websites we found factors other then job leveling. The important factor...
resources has had a more integral role to play in operations. This literature review will examine the international human resource function of preparing expatriates for expatriation, known as cross-cultural training (CCT). The literature contains various similar themes associated with CCT including but...
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INTRODUCTION ABOUT STUDY REVIEW OF LITERATURE HISTORY OF THE PROFESSIONAL COURIER ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATIONS FINDINGS ,SUGGESTIONS, AND CONCLUSIONS
METHODIST UNIVERSITY COLLEGE GHANA
COURSE TITLE: RESEARCH METHOD (MADM 620)
TOPIC: ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION ON PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF GHANA COMMERCIAL BANK, RIDGE BRANCH, ACCRA).
NAME: PATIENCE STILES
INDEX NO. MBAH/ED/125109
LECTURER: MR. JAMES N. DOKU
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Literature Review: Crisis Management
October 11, 2013
This literature explains crisis management as defined by other scholars. It contains examples of different types of crisis, along with how to categorize them. This review provides...
The Influence of Work Context and Employee Cognitions to Job Satisfaction: A Case of a Greek Public Sector
Dimitris Mardas1, Phaidon Theofanidis2, Sophia Philippidou3
The present study presents the results of a descriptive analysis, completed in a public organization (ministry), showing...
and Kendall, (1963), which utilizes a behavioral expectation scale that relies on critical incidents to serve as anchor statements for performance reviews. Another performance method that was reviewed was the Behavioral Observation Scale (BOS) developed by Latham and Associates as another approach to...
A COMPARATIVE STUDYOF IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES,BRAND PERCEPTION AND RETENTION OF EMPLOYEE ON JOB SATISFACTION IN SERVICE AND MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN INDIA
Human resource practices. While there are a variety of unique methods to carry out HR functions, the true value of these...
International Journal of Business and Management
Vol. 5, No. 12; December 2010
Employee Engagement: The Key to Improving Performance
Solomon Markos (Corresponding author)
PhD Scholar, Department of Commerce and Management Studies, Andhra University
This study examines the underlying forces of service quality influences on passengers‟ satisfaction in aircraft transport. The study examines which dimensions have a positive influence on service quality and which dimensions have the most and least important impact on service quality in international...
Although theories of job satisfaction have been extensively researched in the organisational psychology literature, researchers are yet to agree on the major predictors of job satisfaction. Several predictors have been investigated such as needs, values, expectations and specific job characteristics...
employees to perform at soaring levels, you must create high levels of job satisfaction”.
A brief explanation on how contextual performance and task performance may help employees towards higher job performance and satisfaction. Further moving on to the American employees/ workforce of America and their...
Networks, and Life Satisfaction
Chaeyoon Lima and Robert D. Putnamb
American Sociological Review 75(6) 914–933 Ó American Sociological Association 2010 DOI: 10.1177/0003122410386686 http://asr.sagepub.com
Abstract Although the positive association between religiosity and life satisfaction is well documented...
Moynihan, Boswell & Boudreau (2000), examined the influence of job satisfaction and three dimensions of organizational commitment (i.e., affective, continuance, and normative) on the intention to leave, job search activity, performance, and the leadership effectiveness of executives. The data used in...
REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Human Resource Management is the process of procuring, developing, maintaining, and controlling human resources for effective achievement of organizational goals. This project is focused on employee welfare measure and employee morale.
2.1 EMPLOYEE WELFARE – DEFINITION
Proposal for an Employee Engagement Program
GB512- Business Communications
DeShawn Wiggins Young
January 27, 2015
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To achieve profitability, focusing on employee engagement is significant in an organization, since Daniels(as cited in Arrowsmith and Parker, 2013) states that highly engaged employees tend to be more satisfied, productive, loyal and positive towards their work and organizations, which results in higher...
Nowadays, job satisfaction is one of the successful key for managers in any organization. It seems that there is a relationship between job satisfaction and employee productivity. In my literature review below, I will mention some related theory and my opinion about this association...
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To study the Employee Engagement practices and its effect on employee performance with special reference to ICICI and HDFC Bank in Lucknow
Neeta Bhatla, Research Scholar,UPTU,Lucknow
ABSTRACT: The employee engagement practices in an organization get increased...
paTieNT-CeNTereD buT emploYee DeliVereD: paTieNT Care iNNoVaTioN, TurNoVer iNTeNTioNS, aND orGaNiZaTioNal ouTComeS iN HoSpiTalS
ariel C. aVGar, rebeCCa KoliNS GiVaN, aND miNGWei liu*
Hospitals are increasingly experimenting with workplace innovations designed to improve the quality of patient care...
A Literature Review on Customer Satisfaction
Both public and private sectors have given much attention to the concept customer satisfaction in the
past couple of decades. Naturally, administrators have requested their staff to do customer satisfaction
studies for their own organizations...
The purpose of this literature review is to find out what factors restaurants must take into consideration to keep their guests satisfied and create a repeat patronage. The research question that is going to be answered is: “Which factors lead to guest satisfaction?”
In order for this question...
Crafting a Job: Revisioning Employees as Active Crafters of Their Work
Author(s): Amy Wrzesniewski and Jane E. Dutton
Source: The Academy of Management Review, Vol. 26, No. 2 (Apr., 2001), pp. 179-201
Published by: Academy of Management
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/259118
Human Resource Development
& Job Satisfaction
Human Resource Development and Job Satisfaction
Opportunities for training and development are paramount in decisions regarding employee career choices. It is important that those in the human resource development (HRD) look at how their work...
Under Ryla the starting pay was $12 per hour for employees with raises every six months after reviews. Employees had opportunities to advance such as becoming a trainer, which would consist of training each employee for procedures and practices of job position depending on which company they were hired for...
FLEXIBLE EMPLOYEMENT CONTRACTS, THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT AND EMPLOYEE OUTCOMES: AN ANALYSIS AND REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE. David Guest.
EMPIRICAL ARTICLE BRIEFING
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David Guest is a professor of Organizational...
Customer satisfaction is a term that normally used in manufacturing, business and marketing industries. This measurement benchmark is important for recognizing the potentiality of product or services demand in meeting the customer expectation and requirement...
customers; what type of massages are in demand when is the service used, the duration of service, which masseuses gender are preferred, customer satisfaction in term of quality, price, process, convenience, skilled people, physical evident and promotion. This data can be use in the improvement of Thai...
Implementation of Employee Empowerment
The sole purpose of this research is to examine the employee empowerment in the workplace. In an attempt to more specifically address this issue, we intend to do this research by narrowing down the study and focus on the relationship between employee empowerment...
STUDY OF EMPLOYEES SATIAFACTION TOWARDS WELFARE MEASURES OF VOLVO EICHER MOTOR
Employee retention has become a critical issue facing every organization today. Frustration, dissatisfied, burn out and turnover among staff have grown, resulting in a...
Literature Review Outline
Motivation of employees and creating harmony in the workplace
Three issues that considerably add to higher levels of employee motivation and performance, Nemerov (1993)
Supervisors should enhance the motivational climate in the workplace, Atwood (2004)
Employee Training and Career Development Paper
20 Mar 2014
Dr. Timothy Lolatte
Employee Training and Career Development
Employee’s perception of the organization and their vision of career development...
ANACLETO P. TRESPUENTES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I The Problem and Review of related Literature 1 Background of the Study
Review of Related Literature and Studies Theoretical Framework
Statement of the problem
enlargement (variety of boring tasks) and job rotation (moving between boring tasks), job enrichment is to increase skills, responsibility and autonomy of employee. The prior two lacked underlying theory to explain why positive results should be expected and nature of work remained unchanged.