As employee satisfaction plays a vital role in the success of an organization. If the employees are satisfied and happy with their job and working condition then they will give their best for the improvement of an organization. Happy and satisfied employees always put more efforts for the organizational achievements and stay loyal to the company. Job satisfaction is directly related to the productivity...
The term employee satisfaction is basically used to describe either employees are happy and contented or working conditions are meeting their needs and expectations. (Heath, 2006). Many factors are contributing towards the employee satisfaction with in the workplace like salary, rewards, promotions, incentives etc. These are the things which create the sense of belongingness in the employees towards their organization and they realized that they are bringing success in the organization. (Sundar, 2006).
The success of any organization depends upon its members so; if the members are happy with their jobs and they are rewarded for their work then they will ultimately give their best to the organization. Satisfaction also leads towards concentrating on the work.
Foster (Harris et al, 2007) studied the impact of social support on employee satisfaction and job tenure. Social support has been defined as the "actions of others that are either helpful or indented to be helpful" They analyzed the impact of career mentoring and task support on job satisfaction and leadership style and task support on employee tenure and accounted Seventeen percent of the variance in job satisfaction and Nine percent of the variance in job tenure. (Harris et al, 2007).
Similarly employee motivation also plays a very important role in achieving the organizations goal and it is a manager job to motivate the employees in order to get things done in the workplace. Motivation is the exchange process in which employee in exchange of his services can acquire financial gains, positions, social benefits and personal relationship. But to involve the employees in the work and to get his maximum efforts in order to achieve the organizational objectives and to promote/advance the organization they must be involved in an exchange process based on some solid reasons. (Cropanzano et al, 1997).
It is argued by them that employees always do work hard and provide his energies and talent in order to get some benefits in response of that work. However, these incentives/rewards are not only the financial rewards like salary and bonuses but also include the non-financial benefits. The rewards/benefits given to the employees by the organization either tangible or intangible have positive or negative impact on the individual employee motivation. (Cropanzano et al, 1997)
In this study relationship of different demographic variables like age, gender, designation and qualification is checked with employee motivation and...