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Several internal and external factors can influence employee job satisfaction and engagement, and these factors may change over time. In the 10 years that the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has been conducting its job satisfaction survey, there has been a noticeable fluctuation in employees’ overall satisfaction with their jobs. This fluctuation could be attributed to changes within the workplace as well as economic, demographic and social trends.
According to this study, in 2012 81% of U.S. employees reported overall satisfaction with their current job, with 38% of employees indicating they were “very satisfied” and 43% “somewhat satisfied.” Employees’ overall satisfaction with their jobs is down five percentage points from its peak of 86% in 2009 and our percentage points above its low in 2002 (77%).
When it comes to employee engagement at work in 2012, on average, employees were only moderately engaged (3.6, on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is highly disengaged, 3 is moderately engaged and 5 is highly engaged). Employee engagement levels have not changed in the two years that SHRM has been collecting this metric.
Employee engagement, which may or may not be aligned with employee job satisfaction, is about the employee’s connection and commitment to the organization.
The top five aspects contributing to employee engagement in 2012 were very similar to the 2011 results; the main difference among the lists was that the aspect “employees frequently feel that they are putting all their effort into their work” made the top five list in 2012.
Using the above as an example conduct a CUD library search on employee satisfaction. Perform structured comparative analysis of different sources and develop a 4-page paper essay. Use theories to justify your arguments.
Set out clearly your own explanation of job satisfaction answering the following questions below.
As a result of your structured comparative analysis develop a model of what are the top three things that employers could do to increase job satisfaction of their staff?
Suggest and justify with supporting reasons how can employers increase employees’ commitment?
As an extension to your job satisfaction model synthesize the search results and structure the impact of the job satisfaction on the company performance and results. Choose the alternative that you think will fit the best with UAE multicultural environment. Use body of knowledge to answer question.
Make sure your information is relevant to the GCC region.
Make your own notes on your findings, and be prepared to talk about your findings and opinions about this in class
Essay On Job Satisfaction
Length: 4 pages (1342 Words)
The reaction of employees towards the present management is an integral part of the management process in any organization. Understanding the critical importance of the attitude of employees towards their job helps in recognizing that the human element and the involved organization are synonymous. Well-management organizations view the average employee as the fundamental source of improvement. The effectiveness of an organization is determined by the degree to which it achieves its goals. Effective organizations often make sure that the spirit of corporation and sense of commitment and satisfaction within its sphere of influence. In order for workers to be satisfied and committed to their respective duties, there has to be a strong and effective motivation at the various levels, departments, and sections of the organization. Such an established does not only ensure satisfaction of employees with their jobs, but it also satisfies the management of the organization as well. This statement will act as the thesis statement of the paper. The paper will also look at aspects such as the things that employers could do in order to increase job satisfaction of their workers, how employee commitment can be increased, as well as how job satisfaction can impact performance and results (Aziri 78).