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STUDY ON JOB SATISFACTION OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERS AT IT SECTOR

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Project Report by S.Aiswarya Anjali M.Pillai D.Anusha


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INTRODUCTION TO JOB SATISFACTION According to Keith Davis job satisfaction can be defined as an attitude, which results from a balancing and summation of specific likes and dislikes experienced in connection with job.

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Job Satisfaction is the favourableness or unfavourableness with which employees view their work. It results when there is a fit between job requirements and wants expectations of employees. It expresses the extent of match between the employees expectation of the job provides.

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Hackman & Oldham-job characteristics model

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B AND JO R TO DU ES CAL CH Y OA N B RR PR IO HU AP CT SC FA TIS SA

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OBJECTIVES

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Need for study

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DATA ANALYSIS AND INTREPRETATION

PROMOTION AND 7/28/12 DEPUTATION PROGRAMMES

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86% of respondents are satisfied with promotion and deputation programme offered in the concern 14% are not

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CO-WORKER RELATIONSHIP

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All the respondents have good relationship with their coworkers.

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WORK LOAD

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80% of the respondents feel that their work load is tolerable 12% feel that there are over burdened 8%feel that there are less burdened.

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GRIEVEVANCES OF SUPERIOR

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94% of the respondents put forth their grievance to their superior. 6% of respondents do not get an opportunity to put forth their grievances.

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PARTICIPATION IN DECISION 7/28/12 MAKING

48 %of respondents have a moderate participation in decision making 26 %of respondents have very great participation 26% have very great participation in decision making None of them feel that they do not participate in

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CHI SQUARE ANALYSIS


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14% of the respondents are highly satisfied 4%of the respondents are highly dissatisfied 64% of respondents are satisfied with their pay and the 4% are dissatisfied and

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IMPACT OF GLOBAL 7/28/12 RECESSION

46% of respondents say that there is moderately impact of global recession on them 24% of respondents say that they are affected, 16%say that they are highly affect, 14%say that they are not affected due to global recession.

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HYPOTHESIS 1

PROBLEM-TO FIND OUT WHETHER THERE IS ANY IMPACT ON PAY DUE TO RECESSION H0 -There is no impact on pay due to global Factors Level Degree of Table value 2 recession. of

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Pay

H1 -There is impact on pay due to global 5% 4 9.49 36.58 recession

Significance

Freedom

Recession

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ORGANIZATION SUPPORT IN 7/28/12 CAREER ADVANCEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

28 % of respondents feel that they have very good organizational support in career advancement and development 52 % of respondents feel that they have good support 18 % of respondents feel that they have moderate support 2 percentage feel that there is no

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JOB SUPPORT FOR 7/28/12 IMPROVEMENT OF YOUR SKILLS

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respondents say that they have a very good job support for improving their skills

38% feel that there is a good

Hypothesis 2
7/28/12 PROBLEM: TO FIND OUT WHETHER THERE IS RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB SUPPORT AND CAREER ADVANCEMENT.

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H0 -There is no relationship between job support and career advancement H1 -There is relationship between job support Factors Level of Degreeof Table value 2 and career advancement
Significance Job support 5% Career advancement Freedom 3 7.81 4.328

Result The calculated chi square value is less than the table value, Hence null hypothesis is accepted. Thus the researcher concluded that there is no relation between job support and career advancement.

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PREFERENCES OF 7/28/12 RESPONDENT ON JOB SATISFACTION

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Hypothesis 3

7/28/12 PROBLEM: TO FIND THAT PREFERENCES ARE EVENLY DISTRIBUTED UNIFORMLY OVER THE JOB

H0 -Preferences are not distributed uniformly. H1 -Preferences are distributed uniformly.


Level of Significance 5% Degree Freedom 6 ofTable value 2

Factors

Satisfying FactorsRatings

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Result; The calculated chi square value is less than the table value, Hence null hypothesis is accepted. So the preferences are not distributed uniformly over the job.

FINDINGS FROM THE RESEARCH

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Motivation

64% of respondents their pay forms as a motivation factors.

Benefits offered

70% of the respondents are satisfied with the benefits offered.

Relationship among co-workers

All the respondents have good relationship with their coworkers.

Personal skill development

Majority of 46% of the respondents say that they have a very good job support for improving their skills.

Relationship with superior

54% of the employees have participative relationship with their superior

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Participation of employee in decision making

48 % of respondents have a moderate participation in decision making. None of them feel that they do not participate in decision making. 92 % have flexible job hours

Job Hours

Job support for career advancement

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Leave Concession

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90% of respondents are satisfied with leave concession provided. 58% of respondents feel that they are given equal opportunities with regards to deputation abroad and 10% feels that there is bias in organization. 68% of respondents feel that their salary is based on merit & experience, 8% feels that it is neither based on merit, experience and merit& experience.

Opportunity for deputing employees abroad

Basis of Salary

Basis of Promotion

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The primary data analysis was collected from the following four IT industries . (Companies original names were changed as per the request made by the concern companies)

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Job satisfaction plays vital role for the growth of organization 80% of the respondents were satisfied with the promotion programs 100 % of the respondents had a good relationship among their co-workers 94% of the respondents were free to put forth their grievances to their superiors

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Acknowledgements

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We like to thank maam for giving us this wonderful opportunity. We got exposed to IT environment and had a good interaction with employees at IT sector. We were also amused about the ambience present there. We had an opportunity to work as a group where all of us cooperated well and had enthusiastic involvement towards the project.

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