Public Sector Employees Job Satisfaction In Sri Lanka Essays and Term Papers

  • Work Stress

    54 WORKERS ‐ OCCUPATIONAL STRESS: A STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO 200 GARMENT FACTORIES PROGRAMME IN SRI LANKA Fernando W R P K ABSTRACT Stress has engulfed as burning issue in modern society. It connotes negative meaning and implies threatening or challenging situations. The consequence of...

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  • Managing Human Resources, Diethelm Travel Sri Lanka

    The research sets out to evaluate the impact of employee motivation, Leadership and followership and the organizational culture of Diethelm Travel Sri Lanka with regard to employee performance and gaining competitive advantage in its respective market. This research enables me to highlight my time working...

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  • Business Environment

    respond to different situations of demand and supply has been included with the aid of graphs. Being the largest telecommunication organization in Sri Lanka, they are heavily influenced by regulatory bodies. In the information that follows, the report consists of how regulatory bodies function to influence...

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  • Stakeholder Analysis

    in Sri Lanka. It is wholly owned by Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT). The network offers a variety of services and currently operates a GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA network utilizing 3.5G technology. Texan is the first 3.5G operator in Sri Lanka & South Asia. It covers most of the cities and main roads in Sri Lanka...

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  • Doc, Pdf

    Promoting decent work in export processing zones (EPZs) in Sri Lanka by A. Sivananthiran Introduction Over the past three decades export processing zones (EPZs) have become popular instruments of trade policy, offering enterprises located in them free trade conditions and a liberal regulatory environment...

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  • Thesis

    IMPACT OF JOB DESIGN ON EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE KALMUNAI ZONE) MAM. Hussain Ali Department of Management South Eastern University of Sri Lanka hussainm@seu.ac.lk and Mrs. MACF. Aroosiya BBA(HRM) Special fathimaaroosiya@gmail.com Abstract The...

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  • aow 360

    Figures Figure 1- Maslow’s hierarchy of needs 6 Figure 2- A taxonomy of human motivation 24 Figure 3- Framework for the “Motivating Employees in a New 24 Governance Era:The Performance Paradigm Revisited” Figure 4- Relationship between reward system and employee motivation 25 ...

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  • Business Environment of Sri Lanka Telecom Plc

    mainly on the business environment on one of the most leading companies in the communication industry of Sri Lanka. It is also the national telecommunication service provider of the country, Sri Lanka Telecom PLC. Task one gives an in-depth analysis of what the organization is, on what corner stone’s...

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  • Economic Systems

    to select one public organization and private organization. I have selected srilanka. my mother land. About srilanka. Sri Lanka, officially Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, island republic in the Indian Ocean off the south-eastern coast of India. Sri Lanka is separated from...

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  • Research Paper

    名城論叢 2008 年6月 89 The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Job Performance : An Empirical Analysis M. D. PUSHPAKUMARI Abstract Employee attitudes are important to management because they determine the behavior of workers in the organization. The commonly held opinion is that “A satisfied worker is a...

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  • Sri Lankan hotels

    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Revival 2.1.1 Background of the Sri Lankan Hotel Industry In a country like Sri Lanka booming tourism industry plays a significant role in the generation of income/ foreign exchange and provision of employment opportunities which results in improving the country's...

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  • mass holdings

    tempts the workman to stay away from work. Economic factor is a major factor which contributes to the absenteeism problem, especially in India and Sri-Lanka. Work incentives are introduced to increase efficiency and productivity in Company. In addition to 35 days of leave under various categories...

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  • Customer Satisfaction

    A STUDY OF THE COSTOMER SATISFACTION OF LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES SPECIAL REFERENCE WITH AVIVA NDB PLC LTD. By, S.N.Wijerathne 06/MS/145 This research report is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement of the degree Of B.Sc. Marketing Management (Special) Of Faculty of Management...

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  • Nations Trust Bank

    oversubscription of the Initial Public Offering (IPO) was a significant highlight of our market entry. Since then, we have gone from strength to strength, rapidly expanding its client base with the following strategic acquisitions to its portfolio In September 2007, Fitch Ratings Lanka Ltd reaffirmed the rating...

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  • Market Structure and Market Failures in Sri Lankan Tobacco Industry

    Table of Contents 1.0 INTRODUCTION TO TOBACCO CURRENT MARKET IN SRI LANKA 2 2.0 SRI LANKAN TOBACCO MARKET STRUCTURE ANALYSIS 3 2.1 THE PRIVATE AND SOCIAL COSTS OF SMOKING 5 2.1.1 Private Costs and Social Costs of Smoking 5 2.1.2 Explaining the Market Failure 5 3.0 TAXATION AND REGULATIONS 7 3...

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  • Case2 Investment

    Technical Assistance No. 4090-SRI Final Report Presented to: Asian Development Bank Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka Presented by: Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC), Canada In association with Greentech Consultants (PVT) Ltd., Sri Lanka March 2004 CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS...

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  • FLOWS OF EDUCATION SYSTEM TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SRI LANKA

    FLOWS OF EDUCATION SYSTEM TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SRI LANKA BY K.T.M.N.DAYANANDA ADBM – F – 092024 M.A.Y.B. KARUNALATHILAKE ADBM – F – 092069 K.S.D.SILVA ADBM – F – 092123 W.H.T.S.SILVA ADBM – F – 092124 A.J.L.WICKRAMARATHNE ADBM – F – 092150 J. WICKRAMASURIYA...

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  • Performance Appraisal

    EFFICIENCY OF EXISTING PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM FOR OFFICERS IN SRI LANKA NAVY BY LCdr (ASW) TR DANIEL PGD in Defence Management Naval and Maritime Academy (Accredited to General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University) DECLARATION I declare that this...

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  • Research Introduction

    ambience of work and satisfaction were often overlooked. Compensation benefits were based on industry level settlements between representatives of Sri Lankan Bankers Association and Unions; where they entered into bipartite agreement in lieu of increments. This was applicable to all employees across, irrespective...

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  • ilo concept

    spreading their tentacles all over in search of potential investments, and moving operations to wherever they have competitive advantage, sometimes creating job losses in their own countries. In the developing countries sorely in need of employment to improve the quality of human existence, there has been a desire...

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