A study on job satisfaction with reference to life insurance
T Priyanka, Dr. K Lalitha
Humanresourceis a term used to refer to howpeople are managed by organizations. It was basically a traditional administration function but with time it focuses and recognizes talented and fully occupied people and organizational successor. Human resource has at least two most related interpretations depending on context. The original manner was traditionally called labor. It is a measure of the work done by human beings. This view is changing as a function of new and ongoing research into more important approaches. In this first manner is used more in terms of human resources development (HRD) and can go beyond just organizations to the level of national and international importance. The more traditional manner within corporations and businesses refers to the individuals within a marked or agencies, and to the selection of the organization that deals with hiring, marking, training, and another personnel issues, typically referred to as 'human resources management'. This sense of fulfillment and pride felt by people who enjoy their work and do it well. Various factors influence job satisfaction, and our understanding of the significance of these stems in part from Frederick Herzberg. He called elements such as remuneration, working relationships, status, and job security “hygiene factors” because they concern context in which somebody works. Hygiene factors do not in themselves promote job satisfaction, but serve primarily to prevent job satisfaction. Motivators contribute to job satisfaction and include achievement, recognition, the work itself, responsibility, advancement, and growth. An absence of job satisfaction can lead to poor motivation, stress, absenteeism, and high labor turnover. Job Satisfaction is regard to one’s feeling or state of mind regarding the nature of their work. Job satisfaction can be inﬂuenced by variety of factors such as kind of supervision, organization policies and management 10 (1): 17–33 1Anil K. Bhatt and Thomas Religious administration, salary and quality of life etc. For decades, job satisfaction has been one of the most extensively researched concepts in work and organizational psychology.