Category Archives: Jurnal Manajemen : Kepuasan Kerja

Model Penelitian : Job Insecurity, Job Satisfaction, Commitment, and Turnover

The Impact of Work Life Conflict on Job Satisfactions

The Impact of Work Life Conflict on Job Satisfactions of Employees in Pakistan

Muhammadi Sabra Nadeem, Qaisar Abbas

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Effects of Motivational factors on Employees Job Satisfaction

Effects of Motivational factors on Employees Job Satisfaction: A case study of University of the Punjab, Pakistan

ishfaq ahmed

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A Study of Relationship between Organizational Justice and Job Satisfaction

A Study of Relationship between Organizational Justice and Job Satisfaction

Hasan Ali Al-Zu’bi

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Effects of Motivational factors on Employees Job Satisfaction

Effects of Motivational factors on Employees Job Satisfaction: A case study of University of the Punjab, Pakistan

ishfaq ahmed

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Job Satisfaction Survey: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis

Job Satisfaction Survey: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis Based on Secondary School Teachers’ Sample

Milda Astrauskaite, Raimundas Vaitkevicius, Aidas Perminas

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Predictors of Job Satisfaction among Emerging Adults

Predictors of Job Satisfaction among Emerging Adults in Alberta, Canada

Abu Sadat Nurullah

 

Abstract

 

This study explores the aspect of satisfaction with jobs and career, and the predictors of job satisfaction among the emerging adults in Alberta. Obtaining data from the 2003 Alberta High School Graduate Survey among a sample of 1,030 emerging adults from Alberta, the paper examines the predictive value of self-esteem, happiness, work-reward preferences, valued job characteristics, income, education, occupational categories, and other demographic variables on job satisfaction among the emerging adults. Using structural equation modeling (SEM), a job satisfaction model has been developed. The findings indicate that self-esteem and valued job characteristics are direct and strongest predictors of job satisfaction among the emerging adults. In addition, happiness and income positively predicts job satisfaction. The variable ‘work-reward preferences’ does not directly predict job satisfaction, but rather is mediated through self-esteem and valued job characteristics. Discussion includes limitation, future research direction, and policy implications.

Keywords: job satisfaction, self-esteem, happiness, work-reward preferences, valued job characteristics, income

 

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Nurses’ Job Satisfaction in Relation to Work-Related Stress

Greek Registered Nurses’ Job Satisfaction in Relation to Work-Related Stress. A Study on Army and Civilian Rns.

Maria Malliarou, Pavlos Sarafis, Eleni Moustaka, Thamme Kouvela, Theodoros T.C Constantinidis

Abstract

Background: Job satisfaction and work-related stress effect, job turnover, and patient satisfaction in nursing. Aim: To present the views of Greek Army Registered Nurses and Civilian Registered Nurses on job satisfaction and job stress and why they are lead to seeking employment elsewhere.
Methods: A descriptive, cross-sectional study was undertaken by questionnaire on a random sample of 117 Registered Nurses (77 Army RNs – 40 Civilian RNs), (Response rate 42%). The Warr-Cook-Wall job
satisfaction scale was used to measure overall job satisfaction. Job related tension index was used to measure nurses’ levels of stress. The association between relationship factors and organizational outcomes such as job satisfaction, turnover intentions and organizational commitment were assessed. The analysis was made with the use of SPSS (version 15).

Results: Mean score of stress was for Army Registered Nurses (RNs) m=31.61 (SD 9.041 min=21 max=75)
while for Civilian Registered Nurses was m=29.38 (SD 7.117 min=12 max=46) The most frequently mentioned source of job stress for civilian RNs is not having a say on the appearance and structure of their work environment (p=0.017). Not being appreciated and not treated as equal to other health professionals. (p

 

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Organizational justice perceptions as predictor of job satisfaction

Organizational justice perceptions as predictor of job satisfaction and organization commitment

Arti Bakhshi, Kuldeep Kumar, Ekta Rani

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The Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Job Satisfaction

The Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Job Satisfaction: A Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Approach

Nilgün Anafarta

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