Employees are the human capital which contributes to the success and development of a company to a great extent. Thus, these days, companies do not see them only as factors of production from the classical perspective, but have started to value them
Our goal of this project report is to assess the perceived conditions in the Chinese civil servant organizations with western theories of what consists of desirable work conditions. One more objective is to propose normative hypotheses concerning how these theories could possibly be employed to enhance work satisfaction in the civil servant organization. The primary concern is that there is insufficient academically dependable motivation theory originating from public organizations.
In this study we have mainly investigated the effectiveness of Master of Business Administration (MBA) on job related income in Japan and compared it with that of the US. In addition, we have also examined impact of MBA intervention on other job outcomes such as employability, job satisfaction, confidence in knowledge and skills.
How does GE Healthcare uses Reward and Recognition strategies and how do their co-workers perceive these strategies with a focus on motivation and job satisfaction? We want to examine potential gaps between evidence and practice on Reward and Recognition Strategies. Furthermore we want
The main purpose of this study was to” assess the role of work motivation on employee performance”. This study in an assessment of this purpose used deductive approach in which a qualitative survey was carried out among students at of Umea Business
Aim: The overall aim of the present thesis was to describe and evaluate IT support in dementia care from the perspectives of staff and relatives. More specifically, it was to examine staff members’ satisfaction with work, life satisfaction and sense of coherence
Values are individuals’ enduring perspectives on what is fundamentally right or wrong (Rokeach, 1973). These perspectives affect how people interpret their surroundings and interactions with others; individuals act in accordance with, and judge others’ behavior by, what they believe is right (Bandura,
The paper explores the moderating role of Industrial experience in the relationship between different facets of a sales person’s satisfaction with the job and his/her intention to quit the job. Methodology/Approach; The study is based on the data collected from sales persons
The purpose of this thesis was to investigate the effects of aspects of internal marketing on organizational commitment of employees. The research was conducted among managers of state-owned banks situated in the city of Isfahan, Iran. Internal marketing is growing recognition of