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Identify the level of job satisfaction of teachers.
Explore which leadership style can be more effective for job satisfaction of teachers
Supervisors Support, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Productivity
Bradley, Petrescu, and Simmons (2004) investigated that the practices of human resources management have a great impact on job satisfaction according to him job satisfaction is a dependent variable and supervision as an independent variable so about the supervision this result gives the idea that closed supervision is preferred by the workers since visual assessment of the performance is enjoy by the employees.
Job satisfaction is used to measure how content an employee is with the job.
4-8 while others have shown a high rate of job satisfaction among dentists.
st] century, organizations are finding it difficult to fulfill certain component of psychological contract which employee value much such as open and honest communication and it leads to repercussions on job satisfaction, turnover intention, performance (Lester & Kickul, 2001).
Management literature is replete with studies (Bulutlar and Kamasak, 2008; Clampitt and Downs, 1993; Wheeless, Wheeless and Howard, 1983; King, Lahiff and Hatfield, 1988; Pincus, 1986) in communication and job satisfaction with results revealing positive relationship between organizational communication and job satisfaction, these studies were conducted in stable work environments.
Therefore, this study will allow to get to know those attitudes within the workplace that determine public worders' job satisfaction and to identify a measurement model that explains them.
In developing countries, job satisfaction plays a major role in strengthening the health systems.
In line with this thesis, the present study was intended to explore how personal attribute of emotional intelligence and situational factors inducing negative and positive emotions at work may influence job satisfaction of employees working in customer services because customer services representatives constitute an occupational group which is frequently exposed to the positive and negative affects of clientele being served (Adil and Kamal, 2013).