Job Satisfaction - With the recession that we are currently...

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Job Satisfaction 1 Job Satisfaction April 6, 2009
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Job Satisfaction 2 Job Satisfaction With the recession that we are currently experiencing, one can reason that most people will say that they are satisfied with their current jobs. Described in this paper will be the different steps that will aid one in having satisfaction with their jobs. The economy that we are working in today is at the most an uncertain environment. Organizations are seeking out ideas they can use that will keep the employees they already have onboard feeling like that are valued by the organization without deterring from their current method of compensation (Motivated Employees, 2009). Employees of an organization have the need to know that they are valued as employees. Knowing this will enable the employees to have job fulfillment, and they will feel assured that they have job security. Several factors are necessary for this to happen such as having the chance to move up, and being compensated in the company. One factor that is highly important is for an employee to have the feeling that their work is valued by the company, which they are employed. Most companies want expect their employees to do a good job. The employers that are
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course N/A PSY 428 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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