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Impact of Organizational Culture on the Pakistani Hotels Workforce's Job Satisfaction: Qualitative Report

Zahid, Marium and Shaikh, Taha and Zehra, Syeda Zufiesha (2017): Impact of Organizational Culture on the Pakistani Hotels Workforce's Job Satisfaction: Qualitative Report. Published in: International Journal of Applied Business and Management Studies , Vol. 2, No. 1 (30 June 2017): pp. 37-45.

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Abstract

The influence of organizational culture on the level of job satisfaction depends on the ability to cope up with the stress and working environment. This investigation tackle the purpose of Denison’s prototypical for searching the organizational culture and Spector JGS assessment to inspect workforce job gratification in the course of 5 points Likert Scale. The investigation studied 220 hotel employees from middle range 3 star hotels in Pakistan. For interpretation, researchers chiefly used MS Excel for classifying, coding, and fractionizing raw facts into processed meaningful themes. Current investigation demonstrates that employee’s job satisfaction chiefly dependent on organizational culture. The study undertakes in the direction of achieving organizational goals by initiating fortify strategies towards building the strength to obtain the objective. Moreover if organizations built a strong environment of learning as a part of their culture than it boosts the commitment level of employees. Further, it also helps employees to unfolding their career achievements. On the other hand, it is observed that females are occupied with higher level of job satisfaction while males have lower. Although, high level of job satisfaction exists but its more evident by this research that premiums, bonuses, and other types of incentives aid employees to lead from low level of job satisfaction to reach on their higher apex level of job satisfaction.

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