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A STUDY ON JOB SATISFACTION OF EMPLOYEES: ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

Posted by Connie R. Aponte on November 4, 2013 in Job |

INTERPRETATION OF DATAANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

The chart shows that 94 % of the employees are satisfied. 48 % have excellent opinion about job security. When adequate job security is provided to the employees it will motivate them to do their work and increase productivity.

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Source : Primary data through questionnaire

Table 1.1 : Training And Development
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BPCL – Kochi Refinery Limited provides various types of training such as apprenticeship training, refresher training etc which improves the performance of the employees and thus results in better production. The above table reflects that 60 % of the employees are satisfied of which 54 % have good opinion too. But rest 40% of them are dissatisfied with the training and development facilities provided.

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Source : Primary data through questionnaire

The above chart shows that from the total of 70 % satisfied employees, 56% have good opinion with respect to the interpersonal relationship existing in the organization. Rest 30% are dissatisfied. Interpersonal relationships among employees serve as a source of support, comfort, advice and assistance to the individual group members and it will have a positive impact on job satisfaction.

Table 1.2 : Communication
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Source : Primary data through questionnaire The table and the chart depicts that:

1. 90 % of the employees are satisfied about communication with subordinates.

2. 98 % of the employees are satisfied with respect to peer group communication.

3. Regarding communication with superiors, 88 % of the employees are satisfied.

Table 1.3 : Inter Personal Relationship
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Chart4A Study on Job Satisfaction-7
Source : Primary data through questionnaire

The above table shows that from the total of 70 % satisfied employees, 56% have good opinion with respect to the interpersonal relationship existing in the organisation. Rest 30 % are dissatisfied. Interpersonal relationships among employees serve as a source of support, comfort, advice and assistance to the individual group members and it will have a positive impact on job satisfaction.

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