job satisfaction


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job satisfaction

The extent to which people find that their employment meets their economic, personal, social, and intellectual needs. Job satisfaction and mental health are closely linked. Health care professionals associate their own job satisfaction with on-the-job autonomy, professional friendships, challenges, skill sets, task variety, workload, shift work, staffing ratios, opportunities for career development and advancement, and earnings.
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Teachers' job satisfaction is described like, the behavior of teachers towards his/her job.
Job satisfaction is the good mental condition that creates when employee will see all his/her requirement to be fulfilled.
Graham (1982) defined job satisfaction as "ones attitudes and feelings toward ones job".
Job satisfaction is the state of mind and the feelings of the person regarding the work they perform.
Many developing countries including India have worsening grades of job satisfaction in their doctors.
Key Words: Dentists, Job satisfaction, Public sector, Saudi Arabia.
This paper is organized as following: First drawing upon a literature review is Psychological contract, Work culture, Workforce Diversity, Job Satisfaction, Trust, Turnover Intention and Employee Engagement.
Job satisfaction is a complex multi-dimensional concept, which has been studied from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives, such as organizational psychology, business, marketing, management, human resource, and sociology.
Studies in organizational communication and job satisfaction indicated significant relationships between inadequate and excess information and job satisfaction (Hwang and Lin, 1999; Chening and Harrell, 1990).