Guide on Employee Job Satisfaction

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Introduction about employee Job Satisfaction

Employee job satisfaction refers to the level of content and satisfaction that the employee has while working in an organization and performing a specific job that is assigned to him. Employee satisfaction is very important for the growth and development of any organization. It involves developing various strategies and policies that support employees and provide them with satisfaction and content about their jobs. It plays a pivotal role in the sustainable growth of the organization in the market.

History about employment job satisfaction
The evaluation of job satisfaction was first executed in the 1930s. It was carried through anonymous surveys containing random employees and there was a framework developed for the analysis of employee attitudes in the organization. The main function in the organization is to increase the productivity of the organization across the different operations that are carried across it. One of the first highly acclaimed and popular job satisfaction model has been provided by Edwin A. Locke in his “Range of Affect Theory” (Torkabadi & Kheirkhah, 2013). It can be observed that the main function of the job was to provide satisfaction to the employees and then excellent performance can be obtained through it. It was followed by the “Core Self-Evaluations model” that was developed by “Timothy A. Judge, Edwin A. Locke, and Cathy C” in 1997 (Judge, Locke, Durham, & Kluger, 1998).

Questionnaire
1) What is your age? Please select your age group.
a) 18-25 years
b) 26-35 years
c) 36-45 years
d) 46-60 years
2) What is your Gender?
a) Male
b) Female
3) What is the highest level of education acquired by you?
a) High school
b) High School graduate
c) Training/Vocational Training/ Technical Training
d) College Graduate
e) Post Graduate
4) How long have you served your current organization?
i) 0-5 Years
ii) 6-10 Years
iii) 11-15 years
iv) 16 years and above

5) According to you, there is a high level of motivation in you when you start a new task in the company?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree

6) Do you think that you are paid according to the amount of work you do?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree

7) Do you think that you are made to do tasks that justify your qualification?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
8) Do you have a good bonding with your colleagues?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree

9) Do you think that you are bullied or treated inappropriately by your subordinates and colleagues?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree

10) According to you, is the behavior of your seniors appropriate?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
11) According to you, is the environment in the company suitable for your growth?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
12) Do you think that the working structure and management in the company is favorable for growth?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree

13) According to you, is the company paying you well?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
14) Do you think that you have better job opportunities in other companies?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
15) According to you, there is a bright opportunity in terms of career and personal growth in your organization?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
16) Do you think, there is a major role played by the incentives and remuneration that you get for extra hours improves the job satisfaction?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree

17) According to you, would providing higher wages increase the job satisfaction?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
18) Do you think, it takes more than the financial increment to inculcate job satisfaction in you?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
19) According to you, is there any hope that the company can do to increase the job satisfaction among the employees?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
20) Do you think that the practices that are currently employed in the organization to increase job satisfaction is sufficient enough to generate positive results by increasing the job satisfaction among the employees?
a) Strongly Disagree
b) Neutral
c) Agree
d) Strongly Agree
Questionnaire measurement:
The questionnaire that has been developed would help in evaluating and analyzing the factors that are contributing to the employee job satisfaction in a company. It can also be seen that the first four questions would be providing the demographics. In the other questions, the evaluation and analysis would be done on the basis of the Likert scale which involves providing ratings to the solutions or options provided in the questionnaire. It will help in understanding the psychology of the employees in terms of the employee job satisfaction.
Conclusion
Thus, it can be stated that the above developed questionnaire would help in developing knowledge regarding the importance of employee job satisfaction in the performance of the employees. The questionnaire would help in carrying an extensive research through obtaining first-hand information about the topic of employee job satisfaction in an organization.

References
Judge, T. A., Locke, E. A., Durham, C. C., & Kluger, A. N. (1998). Dispositional effects on job and life satisfaction: the role of core evaluations. Journal of applied psychology 83, no. 1, 17.
Torkabadi, M., & Kheirkhah, B. (2013). Evaluating the Job Satisfaction in Iranian Petrochemical Industry: A Case Study. New York Science Journal , 54-60.

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March 10, 2018

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