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Consequence of Job Satisfaction Factors on the Productivity Level of Operating Core

Baaren, Terence and Galloway, Cornelia (2014): Consequence of Job Satisfaction Factors on the Productivity Level of Operating Core. Published in: JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOR , Vol. 7, No. 14 (5 July 2014): pp. 119-127.

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Abstract

The purpose of this article is to uncover the relationship of job satisfaction factors on the productivity level of operating core of manufacturing firm in textile mill. The theoretical approach that has been in this study to examine job satisfaction is Hertzberg’s two-factor theory of motivation, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory. The Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ) has been used. With the confidence interval of 95% and after analyzing the data and computing the correlation in SPSS software, researcher got the significance value of 0.043. The value of 0.043 is significant at 5% significance level. So therefore the researcher has rejected the null hypothesis and accepted the alternative hypothesis. Hence the results showed that there is a relationship between satisfaction factors and productivity.

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