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Analysis of Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction Level of Employees in Five Star Hotels of Udaipur City

Anamika Upadhyay
Associate Prof., Department of Commerce and Management, Maharishi Arvind Institute of Science and Management, Jaipur, Rajasthan E-mail id: anamikau@gmail.com
Online First: April 14, 2018
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Abstract

T The level of job satisfaction depends on the ability to cope up with the several factors which have been divided in five category by the researcher namely: Monetary Satisfaction and Working Conditions, Working Environment, Team Work, Job Satisfaction, Stress. The investigation studied total of 240 subjects (employees) selected for the study, 60 employees from each hotel were selected randomly from the three existing management level of the 5 star hotels in Udaipur city. For interpretation, researchers chiefly used SPSS and MS EXCEL for classifying, coding, and fractionizing raw facts into processed meaningful themes. Current investigation demonstrates that employee’s job satisfaction dependent on various factors. Although, high level of job satisfaction exists but its more evident by this research that  apart from monetary benefits even organization culture leads from low level of job satisfaction to reach on their higher apex level of job satisfaction.

Keyword : Job Satisfaction, Organizational Culture, Employees, Commitment, Employees Retention, Stress, Team Work.

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1. Armstrong. M. (2006) A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice. Kogan Page Limited United Kingdom USA. 2. Chang, S and Lee. M. (2007) A study on relationship among leadership, organizational culture, the operation of learning organization and employees’ job satisfaction. The learning organization 14 (2). 3. Colakglu, U., and Culha, O. (2010). The Effects of Perceived Organisational Support on Employees' Affective Outcomes: Evidence from hotel Industry. Tourism and Hospitality Management. Vol. 16(2) 4. Spector, P.E. (1985). Measurement of human service staff satisfaction: Development of the job satisfaction survey. American Journal of Community Psychology, Websites 5. http://www.businessschool.exeter.ac.uk/documents/discussion_papers/management/2006/0601.pdf on 16 October 2008. 6. www.hrplanning.com 7. www.indiatourism.com
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1. Armstrong. M. (2006) A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice. Kogan Page Limited United Kingdom USA.
2. Chang, S and Lee. M. (2007) A study on relationship among leadership, organizational culture, the operation of learning organization and employees’ job satisfaction. The learning organization 14 (2).
3. Colakglu, U., and Culha, O. (2010). The Effects of Perceived Organisational Support on Employees' Affective Outcomes: Evidence from hotel Industry. Tourism and Hospitality Management. Vol. 16(2)
4. Spector, P.E. (1985). Measurement of human service staff satisfaction: Development of the job satisfaction survey. American Journal of Community Psychology,
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5. http://www.businessschool.exeter.ac.uk/documents/discussion_papers/management/2006/0601.pdf on 16 October 2008.
6. www.hrplanning.com
7. www.indiatourism.com
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