Job Satisfaction and Productivity of the Factory Offices of the Tea Plantation Sector in Sri Lanka

Kuranage Anton Rohan Christin Perera, Ali Khatibi, Suranga Silva, Isuri Dharmarathna


Ceylon Tea which is a world renown brand name celebrates the 150th year since the planting of the first tree by a British national in the Loolekandura Estate in the Central Hills of the country.  This research Paper is to analyze the Factory Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Productivity of the Sri Lankan Plantation Sector in Sri Lanka. Job Satisfaction and Productivity are widely spoken topics of the many other fields of the international forums and journals. Four hundred questionnaires were distributed among the Factory Officers of the Tea Estates. The response to four hundred questionnaires distributed among the factory employees, 370 were returned and the response rate was 92.5 percent. The data was analyzed by using descriptive analysis and structural equation methods. The findings show that job satisfaction has a significant positive impact on productivity.

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