Analysis of the Factors that Affect Job Satisfaction: A Case Study on Private Companies Employees of Bangladesh

Md. Rifayat Islam, Md. Tauhid Rasul, G. M. Wali Ullah

Abstract


Job satisfaction is an important aspect for an organization's success. A successful organization is the one with satisfied workers. This research report tried to find out the main factors of job satisfaction and whether they have any impact on the job satisfaction of the employee of private companies. Firstly the factors responsible for job satisfaction were identified through a literature review of various articles related to job satisfaction. A focus group discussion among employees and an exploratory research were also conducted. Nine Factors were found. Then to analyze the effect of these nine factors, a quantitative research was done. The employees were selected through convenience sampling. After conducting pretest the main survey was done. The result indicated that four out of nine factors (Coordination and Leave Facility, Reward & Future Opportunities, Vision of the Company, Work Process, and Health & Insurance Policy) have significant influence on Job satisfaction. The study concluded that an effective organization will make sure that there is a spirit of cooperation along with coordination among employees and sense of commitment towards achieving the goals and satisfaction within the sphere of its influence.

Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Coordination, Compensation, Career, Work Process.


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