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|Title:||MAIN FACTORS AFFECTING EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE OVERALL ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE|
|Keywords:||employee satisfaction;employee performance;firm performance;factors affecting employee satisfaction;employee fulfillment;loyalty;commitment;employee attitude;ικανοποίηση εργαζόμενου;απόδοση εργαζομένου;απόδοση εταιρίας;παράγοντες επιρροής της ικανοποίησης των εργαζομένων;εκπλήρωση εργαζομένου;αφοσίωση;δέσμευση;συμπεριφορά στην εργασία|
|Abstract:||The maximization of employee performance is a very important task that has a significant impact on the overall performance of any organization. Employee satisfaction is known to be affected from several factors. This research designs and empirically tests a new conceptual model, which is based on the results of a thorough literature review, in an attempt to provide an answer to the “what and how” affect employee performance and then, in turn, find out how employee performance can influence the overall performance of any organization. The factors chosen to examine their relationships are classified on antecedents (HR Practices, Opportunities, Finances, Work Environment, and Organization/Management). Data from 138 employees working in various firms have been used to test the validity of the proposed theoretical framework/model. The results of the statistical analyses support that the most significant factor that affects the employee satisfaction is Organization/Management and also that the employee performance is highly influenced by the same factor as well as the employee attitude.|
|Appears in Collections:||MBA Διπλωματικές Εργασίες|
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