Job Satisfaction Survey

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In an ongoing effort to assure that hiring practices are able to fill openings with employees that are most likely to succeed in the available positions our team of researchers has conducted a survey of job satisfaction. The survey measured satisfaction in four aspects; overall, intrinsic, extrinsic, and benefits.


It presents a well-rounded picture of our current workforce and can offer some insight into improving employee job satisfaction.
While this survey focused on job satisfaction, this approach could have many applications to our business. A similar survey could be used to design benefits packages or incentive programs. A wider range of options could be offered that would be more appealing to different age, gender, and demographic groups. In addition, it may serve to uncover the sources of dissatisfaction, which could be addressed and corrected. An example would be if a future survey were to reveal that single parents were less satisfied due to a lack of day care, the firm could consider adding that as a benefit. However, the company must keep in mind the legal requirements for hiring and not discriminate against any particular demographic group.
Some of the highlights of the survey revealed some interesting factors about our workforce. Currently we have a workforce that is comprised of 62% females and 38% males. Most of these employees (59.6%) are employed in the administration department. The information department has 36.4% of the workforce with the remaining 4% employed in human resources. The administration department has a greater percentage of male employees. While males only comprise 38% of the total workforce, they make-up 41% of the administration department. ...
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