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SYNOPSIS ON HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICE ON JOB SATISFACTION & SURVEY IN M/s. -------------------------------- LIMITED

Submitted by Mr.___________________________

_______________ COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT

P B S KUMAR, pbskumar2000@yahoo.com

Contents

Θ Introduction…………………..……………………………………………….01 Θ Area of research……………………………………………………………….02 Θ Scope of research…………………………………………………………….03 Θ Objective…………………………………………………………………………04 Θ Limitations………………………………………………………………………05 Θ Methodology……………………………………………………………………06 Θ Bibliography……………………………………………………………………09

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INTRODUCTION

There must an objective behind any research. Without objective there is no meaning of research.Job satisfaction is a result of various attitudes possessed by an employee in a narrow sense these attitude are related to the job and are concerned with such specification factors such as wages, supervision, steadiness of employment, conditions of work advancement, opportunities, recognition of abilities, air evaluation of work social relation in job, prompt settlement of grievances, air treatment by the employers and others similar items. In short job satisfaction is a general attitude, which is a result of many specific aptitudes in threes areas-namely specific job factors, individuals characteristics and group relationship outside the job.

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Area of research
The area of research is “To compare the job satisfaction level of the employees of multinational corporation and public sector undertakings” The data was collected by interviewing employees of Multinational corporations and public sector undertakings with the help of structured questionnaire. All the scientific measures were taken to make the study of reliable and valid still, as the sample size was small it is possible that it may not represents that precise picture. However a more comprehensive approach requires that many additional factors be included before a complete understanding of job satisfaction can be attained. Such factors such as employees, age, health, temperament, desires and level of aspiration should be considered.

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Scope of research

New research shows that job satisfaction is more important than money or perks. That’s according to a survey conducted by Eden recruitment. So it is not membership to health clubs or fat salaries that employees want, but plain old fashioned job satisfaction. Job satisfaction was more common as motivating factor in IT and business services. Sectors while the benefits package available manufacturing sectors. Remuneration was also more common in the business services sectors than is other sectors. The results of survey which are given below, reveal the main motivating factors in an employee’s decision to remain in or leave employment

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Objective

1-The primary objective of the research is “To compare the job satisfaction level of the employees of multinational corporations and public sector undertakings”.

2-The secondary objective of research is “To prove that job satisfaction level of the employee’s of multinational corporations is more than that of the employees of public sector undertakings”.

3-To suggest ways to increase the level of job satisfaction level can also be increases.

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LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

It is not possible to remove the limitation of any investigaters. So this project also has certain limitation that are as –

1) Information was gathered through the rating of the subject, thus biasness is possible.

2) As the sample size was small it is possible that it may not represents the precise picture.

ϑ Time Limit:

The time limit taken for conducting the research was very less it could also be one of the limitations of the study.

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Research Methodology
Φ Market research defined as “the systematic and objective research for and analyses of information relevant to the identification and solution of any problem field of marketing.” Φ “Marketing research is the systematic design,...
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