The evaluation of job satisfaction – study conducted in the organisations from Bucharest
The increasing of employee job motivation represents for the human resources departments a strategic objective to enhance performance and achieve the fundamental objectives of the organization. But we can not substantiate methods to improve employee motivation without knowing the reasons for their dissatisfaction. In this paper we intend to do a quick review of the most popular models for assessing the degree of job satisfaction used in Europe and to present some preliminary results of a study evaluating the job satisfaction of employees in organizations in Romania led, currently in Bucharest organizations.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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