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The Impact of Age and Education on the Level of Satisfaction and Motivation Among Employees


  • Tarak Paul


In today’s environment, organizations thrive and survive on human resources. Values, attitude, perception and behavior of employees, which form this resource, influence their performance. Therefore, it has become important to realize organizational and individual goals, which in turn depend on self-motivation and self-satisfaction. Satisfaction expresses the level of agreement between the expectation of a worker from his job and the reward that the job provides. The different demographic traits such as age, education, position, years in service and hours worked per week have significant impact on job satisfaction. The study aims to measure the level of satisfaction among employees and the impact of different parameters on the job satisfaction of employees. The different parameters used are general working conditions, pay and promotion potential, superior-subordinate relationships and skills and abilities.

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  • Tarak Paul, 2012. "The Impact of Age and Education on the Level of Satisfaction and Motivation Among Employees," The IUP Journal of Management Research, IUP Publications, vol. 0(1), pages 29-37, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:icf:icfjmr:v:xi:y:2012:i:1:p:29-37

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