The Relation Between Job Satisfaction, Absenteeism, and Employee Turnover

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Every organisation in the world today is putting a lot of efforts, time, and resources in the human management. As this is, an excepted reality that no organisation in the world can vie in this globalised world just on the mere basis of their product and services. In order for an organisation to be successful, it has to invest substantially into the domain of people skills, and their behaviour. Due to stressful working environment, many organisations loose employees due to lack of motivation, stress, lower employee job satisfaction and other contributing factors of behavioural sciences and psychology. All these factors have negative effects on the organisation and organizational behaviour simultaneously. Many experts are in concord that all these factors create disoriented and unmotivated employees and affect the organizational overall targets and higher dissatisfaction of the employees. Due to all these factors managers have come up with different strategies to understand employees problems and to improve organizational behaviour by screening out the employee who does not suit the specific organizational culture, and specific job based on interest and experience instead of conventional approach. These steps are very utilitarian in ameliorating the employees over all job satisfaction, which in return lowers the absenteeism and employees turnover, thus benefiting the organisation in improving its services and products. In Billy’s case Billy got five million dollars compensation because of the incident, on the other hand Ted had a same incident but he did not get any compensation because he had normal injuries, this incident developed very negative attitude in ted against Billy and their Company. After few months Billy started ... ... middle of paper ... ...plan, R. D., Cobb, S., French Jr., J. R. P., Harrison, R. V.,& Pinneau Jr., S. R. (1975). Job demands and worker health: Main effects and occupational differences. Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare HEW Publication No. 75-160. (NIOSH). Harrison, D. A. (2002). Meaning and measurement of work role withdrawal: Current controversies and future fallout under changing technology. In M. Koslowsky & M. Krausz (Eds.), Voluntary employee withdrawal and in attendance: A current perspective, 95-132. London: Plenum Publishing. Kidwell Jr., R. E., & Bennett, N. (1993). Employee propensity to withhold effort: A conceptual model to intersect three avenues of research. Academy of Management Review, 18, 429-456. Stephen P. Robbins, Timothy A. Judge. Organisational Behaviour, 6th edition. Pearson Australia.

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