Shilpa K., Krishna Prasad K.

A Study on Employee Job Satisfaction in IT Industry in Bangalore

  • General Medicine

Purpose: The effect of employee job satisfaction on organizational performance in large and medium-sized information technology businesses is empirically investigated in this research. It states that enhanced organizational performance depends on employee job satisfaction. According to the research, a worker who has a high level of job satisfaction has a favorable attitude toward his work. An employee who is unhappy at work, on the other hand, has unfavorable attitudes toward the position. Design/Methodology/Approach: The purpose of this research is to examine the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational performance, to ascertain whether there is an empirically verifiable relationship between these two variables, and to determine the strength and direction of that relationship among employees working in Bangalore's information technology (IT) industry. A research sample of 100 employees from IT businesses was used for empirical analysis. Findings/Result: The findings of this research demonstrate a strong but relatively weak relationship between organizational success and employee job satisfaction in both directions. The research came to the conclusion that work happiness influences organizational performance rather than the other way around. Also, SWOT analysis is used to find the strengths and weaknesses of IT Company. Originality/Value: This paper significantly advances our understanding of the relationship between job satisfaction and job performance as well as the effects of job satisfaction on employee job performance. Paper Type: A Case Study.

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