Job Satisfaction Of Bank Employees Working With E- Channel Service Delivery Network: A Study On Selected Private Commercial Banks In Bangladesh
The objective of this study is to determine the factors affecting job satisfaction among private commercial bank employees working with e-channels in Bangladesh. For this purpose 96 data were collected from thirteen largest private commercial banks in Bangladesh. These banks operate e- channels service delivery network. Fourteen independent variables are developed for job satisfaction from the current studies. Pearson chi-square correlation and regression model were used to test the relationships between variables. The results show that the independent variables affect the employee job satisfaction of employees working with e-channels. The result also shows demographic variables (age, sex educational level) effect is considerably low on the job satisfaction of the bank employees working with e-channels
Volume (Year): 7 (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (December)
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