Literature review of job satisfaction

A review of 169 correlations between each of four affective constructs (i. e.selfesteem, selfefficacy, emotional stability and locus of control) and job satisfaction, found that as selfreported levels of selfesteem, selfefficacy, emotion stability and locus of control increased so did job satisfaction.

Literature Review: Job Satisfaction Page 2 Veldhoven 2009). These long work hours may be indicative of a strong commitment by clergy to their congregations and community. Personal dedication, investment in ones job, and commitment increase job satisfaction in clergy and religious order workers (Wittberg 1993). JOB SATISFACTION: A LITERATURE REVIEW MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND PRACTICE VOL. 3 ISSUE 4 (2011) PP: 7786 78 Management Research and Practice Volume 3, Issue 4 December 2011 ISSN 2067 2462 mrp.

ase. ro the extent to wich people like ore dislike their job. Thatswhy job satisfaction and job disstatisfaction can PDF Job satisfaction represents one of the most complex areas facing todays managers when it comes to managing their employees.

Many studies have demonstrated an unusually large impact on the PDF A Literature review paper in Human Resource Management worked on during my Master of Research Administration program. The paper looks at job satisfaction in terms of employee motivation, attitudes, and trunover and the relationship between the three. Different authors give various definitions of job satisfaction.

Some of them are taken from the book of D. M. Pestonjee Motivation and Job Satisfaction which are given below: Job satisfaction is defined as a pleasurable, emotional, state resulting from appraisal of ones job. An effective LITERATURE REVIEW 2. 1 Introduction 2. 2 Noncommercial Foodservice Operation 2. 3 Herzbergs TwoFactor Theory of Motivation 2. 4 Theories related to Motivation and Job Satisfaction 2.

5 Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction 2. 6 Measuring Job Satisfaction 2. 7 Summary CHAPTER 3. Studies pertaining to the job satisfaction, organisational commitment and other related variables were reviewed in this chapter.

The sources included relevant scholarly research studies, journals, newspapers, seminar reports, workshops and publications. The review of related literature is arranged in three sections.

1. To review the literature pertaining to job satisfaction of employees. 2. 1 Literature Review Morge (1953) in his study on the Job satisfaction of the employees of white collar jobs found that fifty five satisfaction with his job and the employers satisfaction with his job and with work performance will only be high when this fit is a good one.

(1970: 72). Chapter 2 Literature Review

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