Master of Science (MS)
Psychology, Industrial.; Sociology, Organizational.
The purpose of this study was to determine the predictors of job satisfaction among three departments within an organization. The study used five predictors: leadership/top management communication with subordinates, feedback received from one's supervisor, training opportunities for employees, career opportunities within the company, and teamwork or cooperation among employees. Using data from 608 participants, the present study examined the relationships between each of these five predictors and job satisfaction. Consistent with hypotheses, each of these predictors was significantly related to job satisfaction. Moreover, leadership/top management communication with subordinates (except for one department surveyed), career opportunities within the company, and teamwork or cooperation among employees contributed most to the prediction of job satisfaction for all the departments. Implications of the findings are discussed.
Shoman, Amani, "Examination of the factors that predict job satisfaction." (2009). Master's Theses. 3992.