JOB SATISFACTION OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANK EMPLOYEES IN KERALA-A SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
The immediate concern of human resource management is finding the ways and means of ensuring employee satisfaction with the ultimate goal of bringing out the best in the human resource of any industry. This employee-friendly attitude is adopted by industrial firms consequent on the awareness that monetary and incentives and facilities offered to the employees are more an investment than expenditure. Hence it is essential to know whether the employees are satisfied with the prevailing service conditions. The purpose of the paper is to investigate the various job satisfaction variables in Public sector banks and also to explore the employee’s extent of satisfaction on these variables.
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