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Job Satisfaction

[pic] IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ON JOB SATISFACTION OF LECTURERS OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT FACULTY OF UiTM (PERAK) AZMAWANIE BINTI AZMI NURLIYANA BINTI CHE ANOUR SARAH BINTI IDILFITRI SITI NUR FATIMAH BINTI MANAP FACULTY OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT DATE OF SUBMISSION: JULY 2013 ACKNOWLEDGMENT Our thanks go firstly to our beloved lecturer, Dr Hayati bin Jalal for all her words of wisdom, continuous support and encouragement for us...

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Bmw Culture

years past are also told to the new employees. For example when the company was on the verge of bankruptcy in 1959 and was saved by a local business man, these mishaps are used as learning tools to stop history from repeating itself. Regardless of your job title all levels work together to create ideas to better the brand and product. The regular hierarchy that you see within a company is not an obstacle when voicing your thoughts and ideas. Team brainstorming is done on a regular basis and everyone’s...

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Job Satisfaction

Attitudes and Job Satisfaction ©  HJ Lin in‐class Material  All rights reserved. 3‐0 Attitudes  Attitude: “a learned predisposition to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner with respect to a given object” gi  Attitude object: physical objects, issues, ideas, events, people, places ©  HJ Lin in‐class Material  All rights reserved. 3‐1 Attitudes Evaluative statements or judgments concerning objects, people, or events. Three components of an attitude: ...

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Career Exploration

the last 5-7 years. Although I have received many accolades in my organization and multitasking skills, unfortunately my current job lacks the job satisfaction I am seeking and often I feel that I don’t get paid for the multitude of jobs that are expected of me. I have learned that I value several things equally when looking for a new career. First work satisfaction, second steady hours, so I can spend more time with my family and third being pay commensurate with my experience. I have learned...

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Managing Emotions

that employees who show higher levels of emotional intelligence are more creative and have better job satisfaction. (Robbins & Judge, 2013) There are a variety of techniques an organization can utilize in order to ensure they are providing a positive emotional environment. It rests with management to implement them, use them, and when necessary change them to ensure that employee job satisfaction remains high throughout the entire organization. Factors of Ineffective Emotional Management A lack...

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Organizational Behavior Summary Chapter 3

dependent variable. What are the major job attitudes? Three major attitudes Job satisfaction, job involvement, and organizational commitment Job Satisfaction: Employee attitudes usually mean job satisfaction which describes a positive feeling about a job. Job involvement: Job involvement is related to job satisfaction, when you are more involved in your job and you are kind of taking decision or helping your superior in taking decisions you will feel your job is more important and you will be satisfied...

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Final Exam Review- Management & Organization

review all the subtitles related to the following titles Chapter 9: What are the goals of organizational behavior? Employee Productivity Absenteeism Turnover Organizational Citizenship Behavior Job Satisfaction Workplace Misbehavior What role do attitudes play in job performance? Job Satisfaction Job Involvement Organizational Commitment Employee Engagement What is the big 5 model of personality? Extraversion Agreeableness Conscientious Emotional Stability Openness to experience What is emotional...

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Understanding Job Satisfaction

E-MAILS, AND NO SLEEP: DOES THIS SOUND LIKE A SATISFYING JOB? The definition of job satisfaction can be broadly stated as the positive feeling about a job resulting from an evaluation of its characteristics. In this case, we have seen three different people, in different kinds of job, who are truly satisfied with their job. 1. Do you think only certain individuals are attracted to these type of jobs or is it the characteristics of the job themselves that are satisfying? When we talk about...

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Hrm Notes

Ohio State Studies LOQ LBDQ (Leader Behavioral Description Questionnaire) 2 Key Dimensions Consideration: Who is more relationship oriented, more concerned with your thoughts and feelings. Initiating Structure: More concerned with you doing the job. (Task focused). Contingency Approaches (1960- Present) Fiedler’s Contingency Theory: Ridiculous to think you can fit in any situation. Leadership Style: Least preferred co-worker scale/Index (LPC); High LPC-relationship oriented and Low LPC-task...

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Job Satisfaction

Contents 1. Title 1 2. Research Background 1 3. Literature Review 3 3.1 About MFM Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur 3 3.2 Job Satisfaction Definition 4 3.2 Factors influence to level of job satisfaction 5 3.2.1 Leadership Style 6 3.2.2 Compensation 8 3.2.3 Work-life Balance 9 3.3 Why job satisfaction is important? 9 3.4 Research framework 12 4. Problem statement 12 5. Research Objective 13 6. Research Methodologies 14 6.1 Research Tasks 14 6.2 Study population...

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