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001-es BibID:BIBFORM108870
Első szerző:Demissie, Esayas Degago (PhD student)
Cím:Studying the constructs of job satisfaction and its impact on public sector workers In Southwest Shoa Zone of the Oromia Region, Ethiopia / Esayas Degago Demissie, Daniel Kibet Koech, Shah Ali Murtaza, Attila Szakács, Edina Molnar
Megjegyzések:As organizations struggle to sustain operations and compete innovatively, the key to achieving strategy is investing in human resources. In maintaining efficiency and securing sustainability, employee job satisfaction is a prerequisite. Job satisfaction is a litmus paper of employee performance in organizations that indicates how well the job is done. The foremost objective of the study is to see the contribution of the constructs to the employee satisfaction level of the organization. To achieve the objective of the study, 281 sample respondents were contactedto collect data. Data were collected through a self-reported Likert scale questionnaire, which allowed for quantitative data analysis. The degree of the association tested significant, and the constructs proved momentous contribution to employee job satisfaction. Working on building and upholding all aspects of satisfaction helps to increase and nurture the level of job satisfaction of employees which ultimately contributes to the growth of the organization. A synergistic and holistic approach to the various constructs of employee job satisfaction can create a better shed for employees to remain steady and pleasant.
Tárgyszavak:Társadalomtudományok Gazdálkodás- és szervezéstudományok kutatási jelentés
Megjelenés:Economics and Working Capital. - 3-4 : (2022), p. 2-11. -
További szerzők:Kibet Koech, Daniel Murtaza, Shah Ali (1985-) (PhD hallgató) Szakács Attila (1966-) (közgazdász) Molnár Edina (1974-) (pszichológus)
Internet cím:Intézményi repozitóriumban (DEA) tárolt változat


001-es BibID:BIBFORM108319
Első szerző:Sitienei Kipkorir, Chris Simon
Cím:Strategic plans, control and human capital practices: Kenyan perspective of organizational performance / Chris Simon Sitienei Kipkorir, Daniel Kibet Koech, Esayas Degago, Shah Ali Murtaza, Attila Szakács, Edina Molnár
Megjegyzések:Organizational performance in terms of efficiency, customer satisfaction, market share, compliance to policies, acquisition of skills and profits has been a great challenge. The specific objectives guiding the study were to establish the effect of strategic plans, strategic control and human capital development on organizational performance. The study was guided by balance score card model, leadership theory, systems theory and transactional theory. A descriptive research design was adopted in the study. The target population was 15 organization's senior managers and 125 support staff. Stratified random sampling method was used to select 94 respondents. The study used both a closed and an open-ended questionnaire to collect primary data. Using descriptive statistics such as mean and standard deviation, quantitative data was analyzed and presented in terms of tables, charts and graphs. Inferential statistics such as correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis were used The study established a significant effect of strategic plans, strategic controls and human capital development on organizational performance. The study findings showed that when an organization creates and shares a clear strategic plan, it is able to align every employee around a shared purpose, and proactively pursue set objectives to achieve long-term goals. The study recommends that organization should set performance standards by identifying precisely the results which are desired and develop robust strategic plan, control and competent human resource.
Tárgyszavak:Társadalomtudományok Közgazdaságtudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Megjelenés:Economics & Working Capital. - 3-4. (2022), p. 18-29. -
További szerzők:Kibet Koech, Daniel Degago, Esayas Murtaza, Shah Ali (1985-) (PhD hallgató) Szakács Attila (1966-) (közgazdász) Molnár Edina
Internet cím:Intézményi repozitóriumban (DEA) tárolt változat
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