Job satisfaction through Employee Surveys

The term job satisfaction was brought to limelight by Hoppock (1935). According to him job satisfaction is a combination of Psychological, Physiological & environmental factor that makes a person to admit, “I am happy at my job”. It has also been defined as the ‘end state of feeling’ it is an important dimension of moral and not moral itself. Job satisfaction has been considered as a state of condition where people are: Induced to do work efficiently and effectively; Convinced to remain in the enterprise; Prepared to act efficiently during contingencies; Prepared to welcome the changes; Interested in promoting the image of the organization; & More happy and satisfied with…

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Latest amendments in Labor Laws /Labor Law updates in India

Labor Laws in Indian are not amended or updated very frequently, still Government is looking into the laws and is identifying the clauses which need great attention and need to be amended as per prevailing conditions. Many professionals and students often search and ask for the latest amendments and Labor Law updates in India. Following are some changes made in Labour Laws:- Industrial Disputes Act(1947): In the amendment to the Industrial Disputes Act, wherein the definition of a workman now includes a supervisor drawing a salary upto Rs. 10,000 p.m. and any person performing supervisory functions but being paid below Rs. 10,000 p.m. would be treated as workmen. In Maharashtra,…

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