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Title: A study of job satisfaction in human resources administration services of Bhutan power corporati limited.
Authors: Tashi Lhamo
Keywords: Leadership and Human Resource Management
Job satisfaction
Investigation of dissatisfaction
Remedial actions
Issue Date: 10-Oct-2019
Publisher: มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล
Citation: 2019
Abstract: ABSTRACT This research tries to study the different reasons affecting the job satisfaction amongst the employees of Human Resources & Administration Services of Bhutan Power Corporation. Upon close investigation & communicating with the employees five factors have arrived as the dominating factor contributing to dissatisfaction. These five major factors are: repetitive nature of the job, non-conducive work environment, lack of autonomy, the isolation of the divisions and finally lack of appreciation for the work and the department. The objective of conducting the study is to dive deep down into the roots of the problems, analyse and identify the issues more closely. After the identification of the most prominent factors, provide corrective measures to address the issue. The goal of the study is to furnish the findings to the BPC management and highlight the dangers if timely actions are not taken to erase the problem of employee dissatisfactions. This study will also help BPC in understanding the reasons more clearly.
Other Identifiers: TP HRM.004 2019
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