EMPIRICAL REVIEW OF FACTORS CONTRIBUTING ORGANISATIONAL EMPLOYEE JOB SATISFACTION. A CASE STUDY OF MALAYSIA-CHINA KUANTAN INDUSTRIAL PARK
The issue of overall organizational employee work satisfaction is crucial in supporting a nation's economic growth. This study makes an effort to gauge employee work satisfaction across several organizations. The emphasis is on the relative weighting of job satisfaction components and how they affect workers' motivation level. Additionally, it examines the impact of internships, age, and characteristics between men and women on perceptions of job satisfaction, as well as an empirical evaluation of elements that contribute to organizational job satisfaction. The research indicates that the key elements for overall job satisfaction are pay, overall productivity, indirect management, and colleague relationships. Employees in the industry generally have an excellent quality of work life. The sampling methods were explained, including determining the target population, study sample framework, selecting the survey method, and suitable sample size and the SPSS statistics methods are commonly used to do quantitative method.
Empirical, Performance, Factors, Employee, Job Satisfaction, Contributing, Organisational and MCKIP