"Exploring the Association between Job Satisfaction and Productivity: Empirical Evidence from India"

https://doi.org/10.48185/sebr.v2i1.301

Authors

  • OMAR ABDU SAEED Research Scholar, Department of commerce, Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad 431001, India
  • S.N. Waghule Prefessor & Head, Department of commerce, Anandrao Dhonde Alias Babaji Mahavidyalaya, Kada, Aurangabad 414202, India

Keywords:

Job Satisfaction, Productivity, Loyalty, Commitment

Abstract

The study aimed to study the impact of job satisfaction on employee’s productivity. The study is based on primary data, which was collected from Poona College.

The questionnaire was distributed to the employees in Poona College. According to H.R department, there are 300 employees in the college. They are taking place in every level and filed. In obtaining the sample size of the population, employees in Poona College were selected. The researcher further selected 15% of employees, it was counted in the formula of (300*15/100=45).

Results revealed that satisfied employees have positive attitudes about their jobs. Satisfied workers are tend to work on time, loyalty and commitment to the job, tend to improve knowledge, willing to accept more responsibility, with a reduction of absenteeism. The positive attitudes will increase the quality and quantity of employees’ performance. Therefore, such a situation is good for an organization but some organizations do not concern about satisfaction of employees. Hence, if organizations can be more concerned about the job satisfaction of employees’ better productivity can be expected, as the relationship between satisfaction and productivity is positive and significant. This aspect should be given more consideration by the managers in order to improve productivity.

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Published

2021-07-17

How to Cite

SAEED, O. A., & S.N. Waghule. (2021). "Exploring the Association between Job Satisfaction and Productivity: Empirical Evidence from India". Studies in Economics and Business Relations, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.48185/sebr.v2i1.301