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my project topic is job satisfaction and my friend topic is employee satisfaction, in my college both of them should not do in same topic is this both are same are different topic pls clarify my doubt then only we can proceed the poject.
pls inform me as soon as possible. to proceed my project successfully
29th January 2011 From India, Madras
Dear Sujhai86,
Job satisfaction is part of Employee satisfaction, but both are not same.
Employeee satisfaction which include :
Job satisfaction
Working environment suitable
Salary other perks safisfaction
Career or growth in job
Company culture & policy
Employee motivation policy
& other rules / regulation etc.
This is for your information.
Regards,
Raj
29th January 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear Sujhai,
To add on what Raj has told,
Job Satisfaction is from the point of view of the employee , whereas, Employee Satisfaction is from point of view of the company / employer.
Both topics are more or less interrelated and complimentary to each other.
In case of Job Satisfaction , the objectives should be set to know intrinsic details of Job Performed and factors affecting the same (internal and external)
In Employee Satisfaction (for which job satisfaction is an important element) , objective should be set with a wholistic approach, taking into the account, entire factors influencing the employee to stay/work in the company.
Hope you have some clarity now
Sriram
29th January 2011 From India, Mumbai
Hello Sujhai86,
I completely agree with the views expressed by Shri Sriram Warrier. The topics are interrelated and complimentary to each other.
2. When we are talking about employee's satisfaction, it means that employee is working in some organisation and doing some work assisgned to him. If the employee is satisfied with the work assisgned to him, it is job satisfaction which lead to employee's satisfaction.
Regards.
31st January 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear Ajeet,
Satisfaction is directly proportinate to requirement. We cannot predict the saturation point for satisfaction. It is a dynamic in nature which tends to change with time, work load, industry growth & family as well.
For Eg:
A young MBA associated with an organization to prove himself in industry facet without bothering about salary package (0.96lacs p.a) as he is eager to implement his ideas/ concepts. Organization also given him challenging assignments as per his enthusiastic nature.
After 3 years, his present salary is 75% to that of initial package. However, his position become very crucial in the department.
He got married and income what he is getting is not sufficient. Does he a satisfied employee?
31st January 2011 From India, Vijayawada
Dear Sujhai,

I am more or less in agreement with Mr. Sriram about his opinion "Job Satisfaction is from the point of view of the employee , whereas, Employee Satisfaction is from point of view of the company / employer."

However, for your information employee satisfaction has a broader perspective keeping in view of the employees in totality from organization point of view, as a policy matter of the organization, while the job satisfaction has a limited scope depending upon individual to individual employees. While one employee may be quite satisfied on a particular job, the other, having more qualification and experience, may be quite dissatisfied on the same job. We can rather say, job satisfaction part of the employees is more of the complimentary nature to the employee satisfaction part of the organization, as compared to the later with reference to the former.

So, both the topics can be written in quite a different way, the first on giving importance more to the needs, passions, desires, expectations, etc. of the individual employees, while the second giving importance to the Organizational needs, organizational plans, organizational objectives, missions, productivity, employee development policies, promotional policies, motivations, expected leadership qualities, etc.

PS Dhingra

CEO cum Management & Vigilance Consultant

Dhingra Group of Consultants

New Delhi

09968076381

[dcgroup1962@gmail.com]




31st January 2011 From India, Delhi
Dear sir/mam,
The following difference is there in your querry. But doing project the questioner almost same, thats why they were not apprvoed your project.
Job Satisfaction: Working environment inclusive of salary
Employee satisfaction: salary and labour welfare
31st January 2011 From India, Madras
I agree, mostly, with PS Dhingra. The two topics are separate. To give you an idea of the difference, the following are the Categories (drivers) of our Employee Engagement (aka Satisfaction) Survey:
1. My Work
2. Resources
3. Organization
4. Safety
5. Leadership
6. Co-Workers
7. Direct Supervision
8. Pay & Benefits
9. Training
You may or may not utilize these Categories in a Job Satisfaction topic, but the intent and the scope of the study would be entirely different than that used in an Employee Engagement topic. Do some research!
M.Reddington
31st January 2011 From Canada, Surrey
Dear Sujhai,
Adding to the above
Job satisfaction describes how content an individual is with his or her jobsatisfaction include the management style and culture, employee involvement, empowerment and autonomous work position . Job satisfaction is a very important attribute which is frequently measured by organizations.
Employee satisfaction is a measure of how happy workers are with their job and working environment. Keeping morale high among workers can be of tremendous benefit to any company, as happy workers will be more likely to produce more.
Regards
Avanthi G
Macher − Exclusive Talent Management Specialists
1st February 2011 From India, Hyderabad
My dear
In general employee satisfaction is the reaction of the worker, employee how does
he or she react to the work environment tools such as Nature of work, salary and
other benefits, timings and prospects.
Pls note " the great sage Jagatguru Aadhi Sankara said
Chithasya sudhaya vrithi, na thu vasthy uplabdhaye
Work is not alone for material earnings, it is also for keep ourself engaged and
mental peace. So we have to view things or work in this perspective also.
Good luck
K R
6th February 2011 From India, Madras
I wonder where you have disappeared after raising a broad question.
I thank the contributors for clarifying the differences.
I take this opportunity to request bloggers to check the web before posting a query.

For example, I found this link
Employee Satisfaction Surveys Including Job Satisfaction Survey NBRII by searching the web
for "job satisfaction versus employee satisfaction" using Google at Google

The list of Standard Employee Satisfaction Survey Topics

listed there clearly shows tht "Job Satisfaction" is a subset of Employee Satisfaction, as noted by earlier contributors.
Have a nice day.

Simhan
A retired academic in the UK


6th February 2011 From United Kingdom
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