Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Investigation the relationship between organizational climate, employee welfare and employee satisfaction
Ashish Kumar, Prof (Dr) Reecha Ranjan Singh
Employee dissatisfaction in the industry has been documented as a severe issue for the organisation. Many recent studies have shown greater importance of organizational climate, employee welfare measures to job satisfaction. The present study attempts to identify relations between the organizational climate, employee satisfaction, and employee welfare measures. The target population in the present study is telecom managed service employees in India. The purpose of this correlational, quantitative analysis is to examine the associations between organizational climate, employee satisfaction, and employee welfare measures. This study determines if there is a relationship between organizational climate and employee welfare measures and employee satisfaction.The current study has significant managerial implications. The paper identifies the relationship between organisational climate, employee satisfaction, and employee welfare measures enabling practitioners to understand which factors influence employee satisfaction. This knowledge will help managers design effective strategies to encourage employee satisfaction among such employees.
Organizational Climate, Employee Satisfaction, Employee Welfare
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