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Impact of Reward Management and Decision Making on Job Satisfaction: Case of Sri Lanka

Journal: International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research (IJSER) (Vol.2, No. 3)

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Page : 146-153

Keywords : Reward Management; Decision Making; Job Satisfaction;

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Job Satisfaction is one of the most significant attitudes of the employees of an organization. Job satisfaction used to describe whether the employees are happy, asserted and fulfilling their desires and needs at work. The organizations are challenged, as they have to make the employee?s satisfied in their Job. So they will perform better and consequently organization will achieve their competitive edge. Thus achieving Job Performance of the employees has been significant for both Private and Public Organizations. Basically organizational practices affect the job satisfaction in a considerable extent. Hence there is a need to investigate the how the organizational practices affect the Job Satisfaction of the employees. Therefore the objective of this research was to identify the impact of Reward Management and Decision Making on Job Performance. The Independent Variables were Reward Management, Decision making, and the Dependent Variable was Job Satisfaction. The reliability of the instruments was tested against the data. This study was engaged in hypothesis testing and it was corelational. This research was conducted in the natural environment where work proceeds normally, with less interference of the researchers (noncontrived). Data was collected from each individual: an employee of the public banks, and the study was cross sectional. The analysis was based on the information collected using a self administered questionnaire. Data used for analysis were totally based on primary data which was collected using a questionnaire developed by the researcher. According to the results, there is an impact on reward management, decision making on job satisfaction, and there is a relationship between reward management, decision making and job satisfaction which is significant. Based on that it can be concluded employee?s job satisfaction have been impacted by reward management and decision making.

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