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Hallo seniors
I m doing a project on EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION . Can u plz tell me what formula should b used to measure it.
I hav given 5 options to ans for each question - in da questionnaire.
- for eg.
Q.-My company treats me well.

(1)Strongly agree (2)somewhat agree (3) Neutral

(4) disagree (5) Strongly disagree

So i hope u understand nw, how i framed questionnaire.
Also i kept 9 parameters (like career growth,facility,relation with supervisor, co-worker, etc.) under each of which i hav prepared 3-5 questions.

So nw tell me what formula should i use to calculate the Satisfaction Level

Hello pmon:

"I'm doing a project on EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION."

Is this for school or work?

"Can u plz tell me what formula should b used to measure it."

Why are you doing the project?

What management/business/employee problem do you want to fix?

Employee Satisfaction Surveys are often presumed to measure employee engagement and employee engagement is what all managers should be striving to achieve but we cannot measure employee engagement with an employee satisfaction survey.

Employee engagement and employee satisfaction are two different things.

Employee engagement is what we get when an employee is motivated by the job and is successful in the job and is well managed by the supervisor and paid fairly by management.

Employee satisfaction is what we get when we give employees things they want whether or not they are engaged by their jobs.

If we work to satisfy our employees, we may well decrease employee engagement because we will be focusing on the wrong things.

A few things to consider.
· Good employees who are successful and managed and paid well will be engaged even if not fully satisfied.

· Good employees who are successful but not managed well or paid well will not be engaged and will not be satisfied.

· Bad employees who are unsuccessful even though they are well managed and well paid will not be engaged even if fully satisfied.

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