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|The Impact of Organizational Environment, Work Itself, and Individual Motivation Factors Towards Employees' Job Satisfaction
|Afra Nasreen Mohamed Nayas
Human Resource Management
|This study aims to explore the impact of the factors that influence employees’ job satisfaction. The three independent variables of this study are organizational environment, work itself, and individual motivation factors. The sub-variables of organizational environment factors include work environment, fair policies and practices, salary, and promotion. The sub-variables of work itself factors include creativity and challenges, responsibilities, and flexibility. The sub-variables of individual motivation factors include work-life balance, relationship with coworkers and job stress. The dependent variable of this study is the employees’ job satisfaction. Quantitative research was used for the collection of the data for this research. A total of 240 responses were collected through convenient sampling, which included 123 females and 117 males who are working in Bangkok. Online questionnaires were sent out to the respondents, which comprises multiple-choice questions for demographic data and a five-point Likert scale for questions regarding both independent and dependent variables. The data analysis methods used were descriptive statistics and multiple linear regression analysis. The results supported all the three proposed hypotheses, showing that there is a positive relationship between the independent variables (organizational environment, work itself, and individual motivation factors) and the dependent variable (employees’ job satisfaction).
|Independent Study (M.B.A.)--Graduate School, Bangkok University, 2020
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