Measuring the impact of empowerment on job satisfaction among the Middle Level managers of JVC Descon Lahore

Aamir Saeed, Abdul-Qayyum Chaudhry, Shahbaz Ahmad, Ghalib Ata


This study attempts to check the impact of empowering employees on job satisfaction amongmiddle level managers of JVC Descon, Lahore, Pakistan. The aim is to measure level of employee empowerment , level of job satisfaction and to test the relationship between employee empowerment and job satisfaction. To check the reliability and validity of the questionnaire as a research instrument,statistical tests were performed. At data analysis stage, statistical tests including Kendall’s Tau-B, Tau-C, Gamma and Sommer’s Ds were used. Data for this study was collected from middle level managers of JVC Descon through e-mailing questionnaires. The questionnaires were distributed to them and later filled ones received back through email. Sixty questionnaires were distributed and 52 questionnaires, with 86.6% response rate, were received back. Theresults of this study show that middle level managers of JVC Descon are more satisfied with their job as a result of granting them more empowerment to them.

Key words: employee empowerment, job satisfaction, employee behavior, freedom of work   

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