A study of relationship between job satisfaction and organizational performance among employees working in Himachal Pradesh University Shimla
This study assesses the relationship between job satisfaction and performance. After statistical analyses it has been found that this latter relationship is weak, but public agencies are underrepresented in these studies. The relationship between satisfaction and performance is actually much stronger in employees working in Himachal Pradesh University, especially when job satisfaction is broadly defined and organizational performance, rather than the outcome of individual interest. Several hypotheses have been analyzed about the factors that affect job satisfaction and employee turnover. To test the hypotheses of this cross-sectional study, data set consisting of 400 employees working in different branches, on different positions in HPU Shimla. But 376 respondents reply in required manner and others were not able to perform as per the requirement. The results of the study show that job satisfaction declined and this decline dampened what would have been a sharp increase in employee’s performance. Weakening job satisfaction and employee commitment to stay in HPU Shimla strengthening organizational performance over time. Thus, results obtained confirm that satisfaction plays a strong, seminal role in the overall sustained performance of employees and it also increases their ability to retain in HPU Shimla. These findings raise important implications for HPU management.
Varun Saini. A study of relationship between job satisfaction and organizational performance among employees working in Himachal Pradesh University Shimla. International Journal of Commerce and Management Research, Volume 2, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 01-06