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Why Job Satisfaction has only a minor affect on Job Performance?

  • In the Job Satisfaction- Performance literature largely, job satisfaction is portrayed and discussed positively as a performance driver for organizations that embark on the journey of progress. This research asks whether job satisfaction inevitably leads to negative implementation outcomes and how. This research focuses on factors other than job satisfaction that can be used to drive better performance of employees and how satisfaction could also lead to negative outcomes. In an attempt to answer this question, the research undertakes three key tasks. First, it contextualizes how job satisfaction has minor affects on performance. Second, it outlines the factors that can increase performance. Third, it discusses crisply the adverse affects on job satisfaction through empirical evidence to provide focus and 'evidential grounding' for the research. Essentially, the research contends that for institutions that are unable to manage and lead productivity from employees, this research serves a powerful purpose ensuring the multi-dimensional approach to view employee performance and modelled to take account of the people on whom it may impact as well as the overall value it may deliver.

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Author:Simran Sharma
Advisor:Armin Trost
Document Type:Master's Thesis
Language:English
Year of Completion:2023
Granting Institution:Hochschule Furtwangen
Date of final exam:2023/04/26
Release Date:2023/09/11
Tag:Job satisfaction; Performance; Productivity
Degree Program:IMM - International Management
Functional area:Andere/Other
Licence (German):License LogoUrheberrechtlich gesch├╝tzt