JOB SATISFACTION

CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION

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JOB SATISFACTION

INTRODUCTION
Human resource is of paramount importance for the sources of any organisation. It is a source of strength and aid. Human resources are the wealth of an organisation which can help it in achieving its goals. Human resource management is concerned with the human beings in an organisation. It reflects a new outlook which views the organisations manpower as its resources and assets. Human resource is the total knowledge, abilities, skills, talents and aptitudes of an organisations work force. Human resource management means management of various aspects of human resources. An important element of human resource management is the ‘human approach’ while managing people. This approach helps a manager view his people as an important source. It is an approach in wich manpower resources are developed not only to help the organisation in achieving its goals but also the self satisfaction of the concerned persons. According to Flippo, “Human resource management is the planning, organising, directing and controlling of the procurement, development, compensation, integration, maintenance and reproduction of human resources to the end that individual, organisational and societal objectives are accomplished.

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JOB SATISFACTION The performance of human beings and behaviour when engaged in particular job is influenced by psychological and social job conditions the welfare facilities and privilege available for them while at a work, recognition of their work, the wages they receive. In order to find all these factors the study was conducted. Job satisfaction is the extent of positive feelings or attitudes that individuals have towards their jobs. Job satisfaction is an important technique used to motivate the employees to work harder. It had often been said that “A HAPPY EMPLOYEE IS A PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYEE”. A happy employee is generally that employee who is satisfied with his job. Job satisfaction is very important because most of the people spend a major portion of their life at their working phase. More over, Job satisfaction has its impact on the general life of the employees also, because a satisfied employee is a contented and happy human being. A highly satisfied worker has better physical and mental well being. Though it is a debateable point as to which one is the cause and which is the effect. But these are correlated to each other.

Objectives of the study
1. To know the working condition of the workers. 2. To study the nature of supervision and its effect on the workers. 3. To know the workers opinion about the organisation.
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JOB SATISFACTION 4. To know the welfare activities by the organisation. 5. To assess the relationship between managers and the employees.

Scope of the study
The study is to analyse and understand the factors that would affect the satisfaction level of the employees on the job. Since the job satisfaction is closely linked to the psychological factors, it is difficult to analyse to the factors. Hence a through study to analyse the factors that have possible impact on the satisfaction of workers with regard to them job become necessary. The study helps the management to understand the feelings to the employees in the respective titles and to take necessary measures to overcome to discrepancies of the negative aspect.

Research Methodology
Research is a systematic process of gathering, recording and analysing of data about problem related to the marketing of goods and services.

Sources of data
In this study both primary data and secondary data is used.

• Primary Data

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JOB SATISFACTION Collection of the primary data is done through the field survey among the workers and the management officials. Primary data is collected through questionnaire.

• Secondary Data
The collection of secondary data about the employees satisfaction from the company brouchure, journals and websites. The data obtained from various sources helped to know the existing satisfaction level of workers in Toms Pipes PVT Ltd.

Tools used for Data Collection Questionnaire
A questionnaire is a formal list of questions to be answered in the survey. Questionnaire may be administrated by the mail, telephone or interview. The employees were first given the questionnaire form and asked to fill it or filled by the researcher.

Sampling Universe
Employees working in Toms Pipes PVT Ltd are taken as the sampling universe.

Sample Size
Sample size of this project is taken as 100.
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4. Respondents were reluctant to answer some questions as they took them as personal.G. The out come of the study is restricted to Toms Pipes PVT Ltd. 3. Some of the questions mostly contained multiple choice question. hence the responses given may be baised. K. Due to time constraints the sample size was restricted.JOB SATISFACTION Sample Technique Statistical tools are used for the analysis of data. Limitations of the study 1. Tables and charts are inserted for the better analysis of the results.College. 2. Pampady Page 6 .

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JOB SATISFACTION INDUSTRIAL PROFILE K.College.G. Pampady Page 8 .

About the Company:About 15 years back Mr. which markets all the products that are produced in Toms Pipes Pvt. Junction Box.G. LTD. Timely supply and Competative rates are the key words that distinguish Toms from existing competitors of this kind in the business field.College.JOB SATISFACTION INDUSTRIAL PROFILE TOMS PIPES PVT. The high quality control efficiency maintained of the finished goods is making Toms production much above the line of normal standards. Saddle. Ltd. etc. Now the company having outlets in various districts. Tomy C Vadayil who is a creative thinker who recognised the importance of pipe production and found Toms Pipes Pvt. Pampady Page 9 . Objectives of the company • • Quality Social Commitment K. Good quality. In the brand name of Toms to cater the requirement of electrical wiring. Bend. Initial stage it was a small scale industrial unit manufacturing PVC units such as Elbow. all over kerala. The group has got excellent marketing network. Ltd. Best serve.

College. It is through this well established quality control system the company satisfies a large number of customers and thus receives encouragement for more better quality production. Pampady Page 10 . Ltd. Besides the latest technology Toms Pipes Pvt Ltd. Vision of the Company The vision of the company is to increase its market share in the near future by satisfying the existing customers and bringing more and more customers to be the part of the Toms Pipes customer lone.G. the company maintains its reputation. K. has a well efficient quality control system that ensures quality at every stage of production. It is with this. The company believes that the quality and consistency in sales and services can help to achieve the vision.JOB SATISFACTION • • • Customer Delight Time Delivery Consistency in sales services Service of the Company Uncompromising quality is the main feature of Toms Pipes Pvt.

G.College. Pampady Page 11 .JOB SATISFACTION SWOT Analysis Strengths Skilled. trained and dedicated work force Weakness Insufficient promotional activities Opportunity Expanding market area operation Threats Competition in the market Increases the profitablity Absense of diversification and expansion Increasing demand Cost of raw materials Various departments in the organisation • Purchase Department K.

College. Pampady Page 12 .G.JOB SATISFACTION • Production Department • Finance Department • Marketing Department • Human Resource Department • EDP Department Products • Water Pipes • Wiring pipes • PVC Fabricated Fittings • PVC Bend • Coupling • PVC Spout • PVC Reducer • Jet Adopter • Flush Pipes K.

The company also got small scale industry association award in the year 2003.G. Ltd was selected as the best young entrepreneur of the year 2002. Pampady Page 13 .JOB SATISFACTION • Thread Bend • Door Bend Awards Mr. CHAPTER-3 K. The award and achievement that drawn are the true testimonials to their unmatched dedication and quality. Vadayil the MD of Toms Pipes Pvt. Tomy C.College.

Charateristics of individuals also influence the job satisfaction.G. Pampady Page 14 . job satisfaction influences one’s life satisfaction.JOB SATISFACTION THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK THEORITICAL PERSPECTIVE JOB SATISFACTION Meaning of Job Satisfaction:Job Satisfaction means good or positive attitude or feeling towards one’s job. Job Satisfaction is dynamic. Individuals with positive affinity are more likely to be satisfied with their jobs than the individuals with negative affinity. Job satisfaction is an important part of life.College. Manager cannot establish K.

JOB SATISFACTION high job satisfaction once and then forget about for several years. Pampady Page 15 . If you like your job intensely .G.College. If you dislike your job intensly you will experience high job dis-satisfaction. It can disappear as quikly as possible as it appears so it has to be maintained. physciological and environmental factors that makes a person to admit “ I am happy with my job”. “ Job Satisfaction is a combination of psychological. you will experience high job satisfaction. “ Job Satisfaction will be defined as the overall positive affect or feelings that individuals have towards their jobs.A. “ Job Satisfaction is the amont of pleasure or contentment associated with a job.” According to Andrew Brin.” According to Keith Davis and Newstrom. Locke.” K. Definition of Job Satisfaction According to Fieldman and Arnold.” According to E.” According to Hoppok. “ Job Satisfaction is the set of favourable or unfavourable feelings with which employees view their work. “ Job Satisfaction is a pleasureable or positive emotional state resulting from the appraisal of one’s job or jobs experience.

The next development of historical importance was that of the Hawthrone experiment started by the students began in 1920’s at the Hawthrone Plant of western electrical company under the dirction of Elton Mayo.” Historical Background of Job Satisfaction The career economists like Karl Marx defined the importance of job satisfaction in production. The result was increased production.College. The study examines the way in which alteration in physical condition would affect production.” According to Sinha. Karl Marx defined that the fragmented nature decreases the productivity. In 1958 Hoppock published his famous monograph on job satisfaction. It is a famous study at the Bethlehem Steel Works involved redesigning equipment and selecting the right man for the job. His approach typifies K. perhaps the first major work to use survey methods and attitudes scale is an examination of the problem.G. Frederick Taylor (1911) made a study in this tradition.JOB SATISFACTION According to More. Thhe concern of the psychologists in industry was a necessary and improve the production and productivity. Pampady Page 16 . “ Job Satisfaction is a function of discrepancy between needs and outcomes. “ Job Satisfaction is a integration of effect produced by individuals perception of fulfilment of his needs in relation to his work and the stuations surrounding it.

JOB SATISFACTION what has been formed he traditional approach to his job satisfaction. Pampady Page 17 . then it’s absence will lead to dissatisfaction and vice-versa. Organisational factors B. Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction There are a number of factors that influence job satisfaction.College. in that he assumes that if the presence of a variable in the work situation leads to job satisfaction. Important Dimensions of Job Satisfaction 1. 2. Some of the major factors influencing job satisfaction are as given below A. Job satisfaction and Job Attitudes are typically used interchangeably. Work Enviornmental Factors K. it can only be inferred it relates to one’s feelings towards one’s job.G. Job satisfaction cannot be seen. 3. Job Satisfaction is often determined by how will the outcome meet the expectation or ensure the expectations. A number of research studies have been conducted in order to establish some of the causes that result in job satisfaction.

Salaries and Wages:. Firstly. he feels extremely satisfied. more challenging work assignments. status and like. less supervision. increased responsibilities. Secondly. Secondly. Money also satisfies the first level needs of maslow’s model of satisfaction. Personal Factors Organisational Factors 1. Promotion Chances:.Salaries and wages play a significant role in influencing job satisfaction. Work Itself D. Thirdly. it is considered a symbol of achievement since higher pays reflects higher degree of contribution towards organisational operations. Pampady Page 18 .Promotional chances considerably affect the job satisfaction because of the following reasons. This is basically because of a new basic reasons. employees often see money as a reflection of the management’s concern for them.College. Employee takes promotion as the ultimate achievement in his career and when it is realised. more freedom. Promotion indicates an employees worth to the organisation which is highly morale boosting. Promotion involves positive changes eg: higher salary. Thirdly. 2. Firstly.JOB SATISFACTION C. K. money is an important instrument in fulfilling one’s needs.G.

Organisation polices govern the human behaviour in the organisation. These policies can generate positive or negative feelings towards the organisation. 2.JOB SATISFACTION 3. Work Group:. Company Policies:.The nature of the work group or team will have effect on job satisfaction in the following ways. Work Environmental factors 1. b) The work group will be even a stronger source of satisfaction when members have similar attitudes and values.G. as they lead to more physical comfort. contribute to the employees satisfaction. Supervisors who establish a supportative personal relationship with sub ordinates and take personal interest in them. a) A friendly and co-operative group provides opportunities to the group members to interact with each other.Organisational structure and policies play an important role in affecting the job satisfaction of the employees. Supervision:.Good working conditions are desirable by the employees. Pampady Page 19 .Supervision is a moderately important source of job satisfaction. 3. Working Conditions:.College. People K. c) Smaller groups provide greater opportunity for building mutual trust and understanding as compared to larger groups.

Variety:. 4. challenging and provides status will be providing satisfaction to Page 20 K. work pace and feed back. Role Ambiguity and Role Conflict:.Role Ambuigty and role conflict also lead to confusion and job dissatisfaction because employees do not exactly know what their task is and what is expected of them. Interesting Work:.College. 2. Ecessive variety produces confusion and stree and a too little variety causes monotomy and fatigue which are dissatisfies.G. Job Scope:. The higher the level of these factors. Pampady .It provides the amount of responsibility.JOB SATISFACTION desire that there should be a clean and healthy working environment. 1. the higher the job scope and the higher the level of job satisfaction.Lack of autonomy and freedom over work methods and work pace can create heplessness and sisatisfaction. 5.A moderate amount of variety i very effective. 3. Work Itself The content of work itself is a very important factor affecting job satisfaction. Lack of Autonomy and Freedom:.A work which is very interesting.

JOB SATISFACTION the employees as compared to work which is boring and monotonous. Age an Seniority:. Personal Factors An employee who is happy with himself and has a positive outlook on life will generally be satisfied with the job. people become more mature and realistic and less idealistic so that they are willing to accept available resources and rewards and be satisfied about the situation.G.Some of the personality traits whih are directly related to job satisfaction are self assurance. Outcome of Job Satisfaction K. maturity. challenge and responsibility. Some of the important personal factors are: 1. Pampady Page 21 . sense of autonomy.Employees with longer tenure are expected to be highly satisfied with their jobs. Tenure:.College. Consequences of Job Satisfaction Job Dissatisfaction produces low morale among workers and low morale at work is highly undesirable.With age. Personality:. 3. decisiveness. self esteem. 2.

Job Satisfaction and Absenteeism:. company and supervisors. Job Satisfaction and Productivity:.High Level of satisfaction reflects a highly favourable organisational climate resulting in attracting and retaining better workers. Pampady Page 22 . If people receive rewards which have both intrinsic and extrinsic value and they feel that these rewards are equitable. 5. 3.G. they will be satisfied and this will lead to greater job performance. 2. Job Satisfaction and safety:. Job Satisfaction and Employee Turnover:. union activities and safety. employees turnover. Another reason for this is that dissatisfaction K.College. absenteeism is high. absenteeism is low and when satisfaction is low. they are more prone to experience accidents.JOB SATISFACTION 1. Job Satisfaction and Union Activities:.High employee turnover is a matter of concern for the mengement as it disrupts the normal operations ans continous replacement of employees who leave the organisation is costly and technically undesireable. absenteeism. A happy worker is a productive worker is not always worong.Job satisfaction affects productivity. When satisfaction is high. 4.It has been conclusively proved ttha their is an inverse relationship between job satisfaction and absenteeism.When people are dissatisfied with their jobs.

G. Pampady Page 23 . K.JOB SATISFACTION takes one’s attention away from the task at hand and leads directly to accidents.College.

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No. of respondents 25 13 10 2 50 Percentage 50 26 20 4 100 Source: Primary Data Among the 50 respondents 25 respondents belongs between the age group of 20 – 30.40 40 .1 Age wise Classification Sl. 10 belongs to the age group of 40 – 50 and 2 respondents belongs to the age group of above 50.G. 1 2 3 4 Age group 20 .College.JOB SATISFACTION Table No.30 30 . 3.50 Above 50 Total No. 3. 13 respondents belongs to the age group of 30 – 40. Pampady Page 25 .a Age wise Classification K. Figure No.

3. 3.G. Pampady Page 26 .3 K.2 Gender wise Classification Sl.b Gender wise classification Table No. 1 2 Gender Male Female Total No. of respondents 50 50 Percentage 100 100 Source: Primary Data From the above table we can see that 100% of the respondents are male and there are no female respondents at all.College.JOB SATISFACTION Table No. No. 3. Figure No.

1 2 3 Source: Primary Data Qualification SSLC +2 Degree Total No.c Educational Qualification of the respondents Table No.3 indicates the educational qualification of the respondents. 3.There are no respondents who belongs to the educational qualification of +2 or degree. Pampady Page 27 . From the above table. Figure No.4 Work Experience of the respondents K.G. 3.College. out of 50 respondents 100% of the respondents belongs to the educational qualification of SSLC. of respondents 50 0 0 50 Percentage 100 0 0 100 Table No. No.JOB SATISFACTION Educational Qualification of the respondents Sl. 3.

JOB SATISFACTION Sl.No. 10% of the respondents are having work experience of 20-30 years and the there are no respondents who belong to the category of 30-40 and above 40 years. Pampady Type Below 3000 3000-5000 No. 24% of the respondents are having 10-20 years of work experience. 1 2 K. Figure No.G.d Work Experience of the respondents Table No. of respondents 33 12 5 0 0 50 Percentage 66 24 10 0 0 100 Out of 50 respondents 66% of the respondents are having 5-10 years of work experience. 1 2 3 4 5 Source: Primary Data Type 5-10 years 10-20 years 20-30 years 30-40 years Above 40 years Total No. of respondents 35 15 Percentage 70 30 Page 28 .5 Classification of employees on the basis of Salary Sl. 3.College. No. 3.

6 Respondents opinion about the working environment in the Organisation Sl. Figure No.College. it is clear that 70% of the employees are getting a salary below Rs3000. Pampady Type Very Good Good No. 1 2 K. 3. Primary Data Above 5000 Total 0 50 0 100 Form the above table. 30% of the employees are getting a salary in between Rs3000-Rs5000 and there is no employees who belong to the category of above Rs5000.e Classification of employees on the basis of Salary Table No. of respondents 35 15 Percentage 70 30 Page 29 . 3.G. No.JOB SATISFACTION 3 Source.

70% of the respondents opined that they get very good working environment in the organisation. Pampady Type Highly Satisfied Satisfied Average Dissatisfied No.G. 3.College.7 Opinion about Training and Development Programmes Sl. Figure No. of respondents 10 40 0 0 Percentage 20 80 0 0 Page 30 .JOB SATISFACTION 3 4 Source: Primary Data Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Total 0 0 50 0 0 100 Table No.6 reveals the respondents opinion about the working enviornment in the organisation.f Respondents opinion about the working environment in the organisation Table No. 1 2 3 4 K. 30% of the respondents opined that they get a good working environment and none of the respondents had the opinion that the working environment is satisfactory or unsatisfactory. No. 3. 3.

No.JOB SATISFACTION Total Source: Primary Data 50 100 Out of 50 respondents 80% of the respondents are satisfied with the training and development programmes. of respondents 28 22 0 0 0 50 Percentage 56 44 0 0 0 100 . 1 2 3 4 5 Source: Primary Data K.G.8 Opinion about the health and safety measures Sl. 3. Figure No. Pampady Page 31 Type Very Good Good Average Bad Very Bad Total No.g Opinion about Training and Development Programmes Table No.College. 3. 10% are highly satisfied and none of the respondents have the opinion that the training and development programmes are average or dissatisfied with it.

JOB SATISFACTION Table no.44% of the respondents stated that it is good and none of the respondents stated that the health and safety measures provided in the organisation is average or bad or very bad. No.h Opinion about the health and safety measures Table No.G. K. 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No. 3. 3.100% of the respondents opined that they get support from their superiors and subordinates do work. 3. 56% of the respondents stated that the health and safety measures provided by the organisation is very good. Figure No. So it is clear that the superiors and subordinates are having a good relationship which helps in the smooth functioning of the organisation.College.9 Opinion about superior-subordinate relationship Sl.8 indicates the opinion about the respondents about the health ans safety measures in the organisation. Pampady Page 32 . of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 The above table shows the superior – subordinate relationship existing in the organisation.

i Opinion about superior-subordinate relationship Table No.G.College.10 Opinion about the job security in the organisation Sl. No. 3. Figure No.j Opinion about job security in the organisation K.JOB SATISFACTION Figure No. 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No. Pampady Page 33 . 3. of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 From the above table we can see that 1005 of the respondents stated that they feel they have job security in the organisation. 3. None of the respondents stated that they do not have job security in the organisation.

No. None of the respondents were of the opinion that the organisation is not using the latest technology available.College.G. 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No. 3. 3.JOB SATISFACTION Table No. Pampady Page 34 . of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 The above table reveals the opinion about the respondents with regard to the latest technology provided by the organisation.k Opinion about latest technology provided by the organisation K.11 Opinion about latest technology provided by the organisation Sl. Figure No. Out of 50 respondents 100% of the respondents opined that their organisation follow that latest technology available.

3.12 Workers satisfaction on their remuneration Sl.JOB SATISFACTION Table No.l Workers satisfaction on their remuneration K. 3. No.G. Pampady Page 35 . 3. Figure No. of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 Table No.12 reveals the workers satisfaction on their remuneration.100% of the respondents stated that they are remunerated properly by the organisation.College. 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No. None of the respondents stated that they are not remunerated properly by the organisation.

No. 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No. 3.13 Respondent’s opinion about the welfare measures Sl.G. None of the employees stated that the organisation does not provides welfare measures for the employees.m Respondent’s opinion about the welfare measures K. of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 The above table shows the respondents opinion about the welfare measures done by the organisation for the employees. Pampady Page 36 .JOB SATISFACTION Table No. 3. Out of 50 respondents 100% of the respondents stated that the organisation provides welfare measures for the employees. Figure No.College.

n Respondent’s satisfaction about incentives and other benefits provided by the company K. 3. No.14 Respondent’s satisfaction about incentives and other benefits provided by the company Sl. Pampady Page 37 . 100% of the respondents are satisfied with the incentives and other benefits provided by the organisation.College. 3. 3.G.14 indicates the respondent’s satisfaction about incentives and other benefits provided by the organisation. 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No. None of the respondents commended that they are not satisfied with the incentives and other benefits provided by the organisation. Figure No. of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 Table No.JOB SATISFACTION Table No.

15 Opinion about the medical facilities provided by the organisation Sl. of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 Out of 50 respondents. None of the respondents said that the organisation does not provide medical facilities to the employees. 3.JOB SATISFACTION Table No.College. 100% of the respondents said that the organisation provide medical facilities to the employees. No. 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No.o Opinion about the medical facilities provided by the organisation K. Pampady Page 38 . 3.G. Figure No.

JOB SATISFACTION Table No.16 reveals the respondents opinion about solution to the complaints and grievances of the employees of the organisation. 3.p K.College. 3. of respondents 50 0 0 50 Percentage 100 0 0 100 Table no. No. Pampady Page 39 . None of the respondents responded that the organisation does not solve the complaints and grievances of the employees. 3.16 Opinion about solution of complaints and grievances Sl.G. 1 2 3 Source: Primary Data Type Always Sometimes Never Total No. All the respondents stated that the organisation solves all their complaints and grievances properly. Figure No.

q Opinion about the shift timing of the organisation K. 3. of respondents 25 23 2 0 50 Percentage 50 46 4 0 100 Source: Primary Data 50% of the respondents opined that the shift timing of the company is very comfortable.G.17 Opinion about the shift timing of the organisation Sl. Pampady Page 40 .JOB SATISFACTION Opinion about solution of complaints and grievances Table No. 3. No. 36% opined that they comfortable and 4% said that shift timing is adjustable and none of the respondents opined that the shift timing of the company is uncomfortable. Figure No.College. 1 2 3 4 Type Very Comfortable Comfortable Adjustable Uncomfortable Total No.

All the employees are motivated by the company.JOB SATISFACTION Table No. 3. Figure No. of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 Table No.r Opinion about the motivational programmes provided by the company K.18 Opinion about the motivational programmes provided by the company Sl. No. 3. Pampady Page 41 . 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No. 3.G.College.18 indicates the employees opinion about the motivational programmes provided by the company.

None of the respondents opined hat the company does not provide career development programmes for the employees. No. 3.G. Figure No. 100% of the respondents opined that the company provided opportunity for career development. of respondents 50 0 50 Percentage 100 0 100 The above table shows the opinion of the employees about the career development programmes provided by the company.s Opinion about the career development programmes provided by the company K. 3.JOB SATISFACTION Table No. 1 2 Source: Primary Data Type Yes No Total No.19 Opinion about the career development programmes provided by the company Sl.College. Pampady Page 42 .

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G. 2) All of the workers are male. SUGGESTIONS AND CONLUSIONS FINDINGS:1) Majority of the respondents belongs to the age group in between 20-30.College. K. Pampady Page 44 .JOB SATISFACTION FINDINGS.

3000. 9) Majority of the employees opined that they get support from superiors and subordinates to do their work.JOB SATISFACTION 3) Majority of the respondents are having SSLC educational qualification. 5) Majority of the employees of Toms Pipes Pvt Ltd are getting a salry below Rs. 4) Majority of the employees in Toms Pipes Pvt Ltd have got an experience in between 5-10 years. 6) Majority of the respondents are having the opinion that their working environment in the organisation is very good. 7) 80% of the employees are satisfied with training and development programmes adopted by the company.G. p. Pampady Page 45 .College. K. 11) Majority of tthe employees opined that their organisation follow the latest technology. 8) 56% of the employees have opines that the health and safety measures provided by the company is very good. 10) Majority of the employees stated that they feel job security in the organisation. 12) Majority of the employees said that they remunerate properly.m.

19) Most of the employees are satisfied with career development programmes provided by the company. 17) 50% of the respondents are very comfortable with the shift timing of the company. K. 15) Majority of the respondents are satisfied with the medical facilities provided by the company. Pampady Page 46 .College. 18) Most of the employees are satisfied with motivational programmes in the company.G. 16) Most of the employees opined that the company solve their complaints and greviance properely.JOB SATISFACTION 13) Most of the employees have got a good opinion about the welfare measures adopted by the company. 14) Majority of the respondents are stiafied with the incentives and other benefits provided by the company.

Provide the employees more training facilities so that the employees could work more effectively fo the organisation. Pampady Page 47 . K. 5) Increase all the welfare facilities and other facilities implemented for the employees well being so that the employees will be more motivated and they will work more easily.G. 3) Implement recreatational facilities inside the organisation as an entertainment option for the employees at interval periods.JOB SATISFACTION SUGGESTIONS:1) 2) Provide the employees canteen facilities. 4) Provide interval periods for the employees for relaxing from all the stress they are under going during the work routine.College.

JOB SATISFACTION CONCLUSION Job satisfaction is one of the important factor which efficiency and effectiveness of employees matters. Pampady Page 48 .College. working conditions. The study reveals that the satisfaction level of employees are high. have stress and unrest. K. Highly satisfied employees tend to have better physical and mental health. learn the new job related tasks easily. training facilities.G. welfare function etc. workers are satisfied with their work. Study analized some specific areas like superior subordinate relationship.

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tomspipes.JOB SATISFACTION BIBLIOGRAPHY I.G. Pampady Page 50 .College. III. Reaserch methodology by Kothari C R Organisational structure and Dynamics by Shashi Gupter www. II.com K.

Education 6.G.JOB SATISFACTION A Study on Job Satisfaction among employees in TOMS PIPES PVT. Genter: 5. Name: 2.LTD. Experience Male SSLC 5-10years Female +2 10-20years Degree K. Age : 3.College. Desigination: 4. Pampady Page 51 .Changanacherry Questionnaire 1.

Are you satisfied with the training programmes provided by the organization? Highly satisfied Average Satisfied Dissatisfied 10.JOB SATISFACTION 20-30years 7. Pampady No Page 52 . Do you get support from superior and subordinate for the work do Yes K. What is your opinion about the health and safety measures provided by the organization? Very good Bad Good Very bad Average 11. Salary below 3000 30-40years Above Above5000 3000-5000 8. Unsatisfactory 9.College.G. What you feel abut the working environment in the organization Very good Satisfactory Good.

G. Do you feel job security in the organization? Yes No 13. Is the company following the latest technology for the welfarement of employees? Yes No 15. Are you remunerate properly for the work you do Yes No 16.JOB SATISFACTION 12.College. Are medical facilities provided to you by the organization? K. Are you satisfied with the incentives and other benefits provided by the organization? Yes No 18. Are you satisfied with the trade union activities in the company? Highly Satisfied Average satisfied Dissatisfied 14. Pampady Page 53 . Are you provided other welfare facilities by the company? Yes No 17.

College. Are you properly motivated by the company? Yes No 22. Do your company provides you opportunity for career development Yes No K. Pampady Page 54 . Have your complaints & grievances been solved satisfactory Always Sometimes Never 20.JOB SATISFACTION Yes No 19.G. How do you rate the shift timing of the company? Very comfortable Adjustable Comfortable Uncomfortable 21.

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