3 edition of Towards the measurement of work satisfaction found in the catalog.
Towards the measurement of work satisfaction
Alan H. Portigal
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, sold by OECD Publications Center] in Paris, [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||by Alan H. Portigal.|
|Series||OECD social indicator development programme., no. 1|
|LC Classifications||HF5549.5.J63 P63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||79319139|
The main intention of the study is to test whether the proposed method of measurement can be better utilized to measure job satisfaction among employees in the manufacturing sector as compared to the traditional method that is widely used. LITERATURE REVIEW Various researchers have defined the Job satisfaction construct Blum () conceptualised job satisfaction as “an attitude which results from a balancing and summation of many specific likes and dislikes experienced in connection with the job”. Vrom () observes that job satisfaction is, “the positive orientation of an individual towards all aspect of the work
satisfaction study and highlight’s the theoretical and measurement-related concerns involved in much details than in previous studies. The study presents a strong background on the theories of customer satisfaction measurement and interpretation. Keywords—Customer satisfaction, customer disconfirmation, perception, discrepancy theory. pdf. satisfaction is a very important attribute which is frequently measured by organizations. The most common way of measurement is the use of rating scales where employees report their reactions to their jobs. Questions relate to relate of pay, work responsibilities, variety of tasks, promotional opportunities the work itself and
At work, two job attitudes have the greatest potential to influence how we behave. These are job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Job satisfaction refers to the feelings people have toward their job. If the number of studies conducted on job satisfaction is an indicator, job satisfaction is probably the most important job :// The adage in market research that we turn to again and again is the need to ask the right question of the right person. Finding that person in customer loyalty research may require a compromise with a focus on one person – the key decision maker; perhaps the transport manager in the example of the trucks. If money and time permit, different people could be interviewed and this may involve
Housing and government
Reading Johns Gospel today
Mallorca and Menorca
Hardball job hunting tactics
wife of Bath.
Treasures of China
Restoring Antique Furniture
Theoretical and experimental research on digital adaptive control system
Learning disabilities glossary
Vistas for geodesy in the new millennium
Protecting the prairie
Sandusky County, Ohio Civil War soldiers
teaching of English in the elementary and the secondary school
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Portigal, Alan H. Towards the measurement of work satisfaction.
Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ; [Washington, D.C.: sold by OECD Publications Center], Towards the measurement of work satisfaction by Alan H. Portigal （The OECD social indicator development programme, Special studies ; no. 1） Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, sold by OECD Publications Center], Model and method of measurement --Validation of the Job Descriptive Index and other measures of satisfaction --Scale characteristics of the measures of satisfaction --Normative satisfaction scores --Epilegomena.
Series Title: Rand McNally psychology series. Responsibility: [by] Patricia Cain Smith, Lorne M. Kendall [and] Charles L.
:// A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the :// An essential step towards advancing the research on work commitment was taken by Morrow’s () seminal book, The Theory and Measurement of Work Commitment, in which she argued to create a.
WORK COMMITMENT, JOB SATISFACTION, AND JOB PERFORMANCE WORK COMMITMENT, JOB SATISFACTION, AND JOB PERFORMANCE Preliminary research results on how they perceived their work, conducted in midshowed satisfactory initial motivation, job satisfaction and a relatively low level of professional :// TO STUDY THE LEVEL OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS BAJAJ A PROJECT REPORT Submitted to the Job satisfaction is under the influence of a series of factors such as:The nature of work, Salary, Advancement opportunities, Management,Work groups and Work conditions.
A somewhat different approach regarding the factors of job satisfaction is provided by Rue and Byars, Figure Job satisfaction describes the feelings attitudes or preference of individuals regarding work.
It indicates how content an individual is towards his or her work. (Armstrong, ) defines job satisfaction as the attitudes and feelings people have about their work.
Positive andRichard O_Factors. Customer Satisfaction Score (CSAT) This is the most standard customer satisfaction metric, asking your customer to rate her satisfaction with your business, product, or service. Your CSAT score is then the average rating of your customer responses. The scale typically ranges between 1 – 3, 1 – 5, or 1 – The topic of job satisfaction at work is getting wider attention at this time.
Job satisfaction is the satisfaction one feels while doing the job. Job satisfaction is one of the important factors, which affect not only the efficiency of the laborers but also such job behavior as absenteeism, accidents, etc.
Job satisfaction is the result of specifically this study aim to explain and empirically test the effect of attitude toward work, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment to the employee’s job performance at PT.
Literature Review The literature shows a positive relationship between attitude towards work, organizational commitment, and job :// Employee Satisfaction and Work Motivation – Research in Prisma Mikkeli the main aspects of Human Resource Management is the measurement of employee satisfaction.
Companies have to make sure that employee satisfaction is high among the workers, which is a Within hundred years the amount of people management has grown towards the satisfaction levels increase, this suggests that the quality of life in the country or social group has improved.
When satisfaction declines, this indicates possible problems. An example of monitoring at the national level is Easterlin's () analysis of the development of life-satisfaction and economic growth in the post-war decades in the :// The scales build upon previous work, but are designed to remedy certain conceptual and operational deficiencies.
They cover work involvement, intrinsic job motivation, higher order need strength, perceived intrinsic job characteristics, job satisfaction, life satisfaction, happiness, and self‐rated :// The Manual presents the theoretical foundations to productivity measurement, and discusses implementation and measurement issues.
The text is accompanied by empirical examples from OECD countries and by numerical examples to enhance its readability. The Manual also offers a brief discussion of the interpretation and use of productivity Satisfaction with Work Schedule Flexibility developed by Rothausen ().
Satisfaction with My Supervisor developed by Scarpello and Vandenberg (). (Return to Top) Research on Job Satisfaction. Job satisfaction is the most frequently studied variable in +Job+Satisfaction.  how effective job satisfaction measures will be in these three roles. The utility of job satisfaction measures rests on the develop- ment of multiple measurement methods that are standardized, suitable for wide use, and capable of detecting population differences and population addition, the utility rests upon these measures having an agreed conceptual and &dquo;real The contrasts between these approaches can be seen at different levels.
JS is often measured with multiple-items aggregated to global JS .A new way of assessing JS is with one single-item asking for global JS (e.g., ).Global JS is an efficient way of measuring well-being either in a single-item version or with multiple-items, where the advantage of multiple-items lies in higher reliability .
Students’ satisfaction can be defined as a short-term attitude resulting from an evaluation of students’ educational experience, services and facilities.
Earlier it was measured by common satisfaction frameworks but later higher education specify satisfaction models were developed. The objective of this review is to render all available constructive literature about students.
the job satisfaction Results have shown that there is a positive link between work environment and intrinsic aspect of the job satisfaction. Further they described the second dimension of job satisfaction known as context comprises of the physical working conditions and the social working conditions (Sousa-Poza & Sousa-Poza, Job satisfaction therefore is a measurement of job and work expectations and not just an overall holistic attitudinal manifestation.
The concept of job satisfaction is multifaceted hence a number of theories are advanced to explain what it means and how the theories could be applied to enhance employee Work Study as a Productivity Improvement Technique 84 Techniques of Work Study 87 Basic Procedure of Work Study 87 Work Measurement Techniques for Productivity Improvement 88 Meaning and objectives of Work Measurement 88 Basic procedure of Work Measurement 90