Achievement of a high performance level through productivity and efficiency has always played the first priority of every organizational goal and highly satisfied work force is completely essential for an organization. Satisfied employees lead to extend more effort to job performance, then work harder and better. Hence every organization tries to create a satisfied work force to operate the well- being of the organization.
Employee satisfaction can be determined that employees are happy and pleased with their jobs and working environment. Happier employees tend to more commitment to what they are doing within the organization and it results employee love their role and they are working towards an organizational goals.
Connection between employee job satisfaction and job performance
Generally, job satisfaction is an attitude towards job. In other words, job satisfaction is an emotional response toward various features of one’s job. A person with a high level of job satisfaction supports positive attitudes towards his or her job, while a person who is dissatisfied with his or her job holds negative attitudes about the job. Job satisfaction is a result of employees’ perception of how well their job provides those things which are viewed as important. Job satisfaction is also defined as reintegration of affect produced by individual’s perception of fulfilment of his needs in relation to his work and the surrounding it. (PUSHPAKUMARI, The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Job Performance, 2008).
Job satisfaction can be influenced by an employee’s ability to complete required tasks, the level of communication in an organization, and the way management treats employees. If employees feel satisfied with what they are doing or job satisfaction is high, in their work are more productive and more enjoyable. If the job satisfaction is low, there will be performance problem. Employees’ job satisfaction based on several factors like, autonomy, job significant, working conditions, supervision, promotional opportunity, skill identity, skill variety, co-workers relations, social relations, workload, pay and feedback. .
Job satisfaction is concerned with the extent of pleasure a person gains from their job and thus measures the degree of affective attachment to the job (Menezes, 2012). If employees are committed to their job, they are more willing to work longer hours or take on additional responsibilities without an increase in pay. When employees are happy they are more likely to have a positive attitude on life and are more enthusiastic and productive. Job satisfaction can affect a person's level of commitment to the organization, absenteeism, and job turnover rate. It can also affect performance levels, employee’s willingness to participate in problem solving activities, and the amount of effort an employee puts in to perform activities outside their job description. If employees feels satisfied with what they are doing, then their level of...