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Studies on job satisfaction: a case study of Engineers India Limited

Geeta Kumari, Vittesh Bahuguna and Krishna M. Pandey
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Krishna M. Pandey: Gurgaon College of Engineering, India

Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2012, vol. 1, issue 2, 175-179

Abstract: This paper has analysed the survey about Engineers India Limited, which is a Public Sector Undertaking in India. This paper shows employee’s satisfaction in working place not only reduces one’s temptation to switch over the Job but also makes organisation to flourish in return enabling it to recruit more. EIL hired employees consistently and that may be called only PSU in India which did not feel any significant setback in their performance instead rise to success during the period of recession. It can be concluded that the EIL is performing very nice.

Keywords: incentives; job satisfaction; performance; success; survey; utility; working environment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
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