Public Interest Statement Public Interest Statement This paper attempts to investigate the factors that affect job satisfaction of sales agents from Islamic and conventional insurance of Pakistan. Human interactions and their inter-organizational relationship with peers or supervisors are key to job satisfaction Chandrasekar,
Show full item record Abstract Postsecondary curricula are often the first opportunity where students can and are compelled to make choices regarding their adult professional life and the first opportunity students have to engage in serious and focused exploration of the various career options that might be available to them.
While the general impact of a postsecondary education on career experience, including job satisfaction and success, is well documented, the factors influencing postsecondary students' career choice and how those factors impact college outcomes, including motivation towards, satisfaction with, and achievement in their chosen major field, appear to be more obscure and uneven.
Self-determination theory SDT is a well-established motivational construct in the educational psychology field and the goal of this study is to explore the role that SDT may play in the relationship between determinants influencing a student's choice of major and their satisfaction and achievement outcomes.
Using self-reported survey data from students across five disciplines at a large public four-year university, a cluster analysis was performed to determine if students could be grouped meaningfully based on their self-determination and the determinants that influenced their choice of major.
Meaningfulness was assessed based primarily on the differences across the clusters on the satisfaction and achievement measures. Students were found to be too similar across the clusters on the achievement measure for meaningful interpretation on that outcome, but there did appear to be an important relationship between the influence of future outcomes and personal experiences in choosing a major and the students' satisfaction with their major.
Multiple regression analysis was also employed to assess the degree to which achievement could be predicted by students' satisfaction, self-determined motivation, and determinants influencing choice of major. Self-determined autonomy was an important mediator and moderator of the effects that the determinants influencing choice of major had on satisfaction and achievement.
Future directions in the research program, as well as the practical implications of the results, are discussed.Job Satisfaction: Key Factors Influencing Information Technology (IT) Professionals in Washington DC.
factors of job satisfaction are most important to them. Better defining motivational strategies for job satisfaction will not only promote personnel who. Following Herzberg’s motivation-hygiene theory, we identified two overarching themes: factors facilitating motivation and job satisfaction and factors contributing to job demotivation and dissatisfaction among supervisors (Table 5).
Nov 16, · The objective of this study was to investigate how medical and nursing staff of the Nicosia General Hospital is affected by specific motivation factors, and the association between job satisfaction and motivation. Furthermore, to determine the motivational drive of socio-demographic and job .
While the general impact of a postsecondary education on career experience, including job satisfaction and success, is well documented, the factors influencing postsecondary students' career choice and how those factors impact college outcomes, including motivation towards, satisfaction with, and achievement in their chosen major field, appear.
The four temperaments - the four humours/humors. The Four Temperaments, also known as the Four Humours, is arguably the oldest of all personality profiling systems, and it is fascinating that there are so many echoes of these ancient ideas found in modern psychology.
Herzberg’s two-factor theory isolates motivation and job satisfaction into two clusters of factors known as the motivational factors and hygiene factors.
As indicated by Frederick Herzberg, motivating factors comprise six job content-related factors that include incorporate accomplishment, job acknowledgment, work or job itself, obligation.