Job Satisfaction

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The extent to which an employee considers himself/herself to be self-motivated, content and satisfied with the current job refers to job satisfaction. In this phase, an employee has job stability, healthy career growth and a secure work life balance. It is a globally believed notion that job satisfaction is important for an organization as a satisfied employee drives much better work and results. The modes of measuring this can be cognitive, behavioral or affective.

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