International Journal of Commerce and Management Research

International Journal of Commerce and Management Research


International Journal of Commerce and Management Research
International Journal of Commerce and Management Research
Vol. 2, Issue 11 (2016)

Job satisfaction, employee commitment and occupational stress in Hydropower Corporation: A study of Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd. (SJVN).


Nikita Chadha

In the 21st century when the world economy has been globalized, organisations are facing more complexities, competition and structural changes which elicit enhancing job satisfaction level within the workplace so as to enable human hearts, spirits and souls to grow and flush so that employees and employers will become healthy, creative, innovative, compassionate and productive in all endeavours of their jobs at workplace and further to be able to sustain all the workplace pressures. This paper tries to study the variables associated with job satisfaction and its impact on job stress and employee commitment. The study is quantitative analysis of the information solicited through a survey of a sample of 360 employees chosen through quota sampling working at SJVN Ltd. Correlation, standard deviation, skewness, kurtosis and chi-square have been used as statistical tools for analysis. The research has revealed overall the employees are satisfied with their present job further the results show Job satisfaction and employee commitment are negatively correlated with job stress and when the satisfaction at work place increases, the level of job stress drops and enhances employee commitment.
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