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Job Satisfaction Determinants towards Employee Performance in Libyan Banks

Journal: International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Publications (Vol.5, No. 8)

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Page : 116-121

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Libyan commercial bank's total performance is highly dependent on its employees' ability to operate in a rapidly changing business environment and competitive environment. Human resource management practices and leadership styles were examined to see how they affected employee performance, with work satisfaction serving as a mediating factor. An explanatory research design was used, along with positivist research principles, such as a deductive approach and a quantitative data gathering method. As a result, a questionnaire was created to collect samples of 415 people from the 18526-person target demographic. The samples were chosen using a stratified simple random sampling strategy. SPSS V23 and SmartPLS 3.3.3 were used to analyze the gathered data. There was a total of twelve theories, 10 of which were approved while the other two were discarded. Customers, staff, and government officials in Libya will benefit from the findings when formulating policies and evaluating employee performance in the banking sector. Only Libyan commercial banks were examined in this study, which used quantitative techniques. As a result, more research may be done by gathering data from several banks and using a mixed-method study to gain a better understanding of the problems

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