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Scirj Volume VI, Issue IX, September 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Are the employees in charitable organizations satisfied with their job context?

NHK Cooray, DMMI Dissanayake

Abstract: Job satisfaction becomes a major research interest in recent for all types of organizations and businesses. This study examines the job satisfaction of the employees work in charitable organizations in Sri Lanka. Hundred employees who are working in charitable organizations around the country have been completed the measurers of job satisfaction. Job Descriptive Index (JDI), a five scale measure of job satisfaction has been applied. The study has been utilized the primary as well as the secondary data and both descriptive and inferential tools have been used in analyzing the data. The results indicate that only the opportunities for promotions, and satisfaction with co-workers have a significant impact on the job satisfaction of the employees in charitable organizations in Sri Lanka.

Reference this Paper: Are the employees in charitable organizations satisfied with their job context? by NHK Cooray, DMMI Dissanayake published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue IX, September 2018 Edition, Page 24-27 ".

Search Terms: Charitable Organizations, Job Descriptive Index, Job Satisfaction

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