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Asian Journal of Management
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Job Satisfaction and Employee Loyalty: A study of Academicians
Shiv Kant Tiwari
Mrs. Shweta Rajput1*, Mr. Mayank Singhal2, Mr. Shiv Kant Tiwari3
1Assistant Professor, Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology, New Delhi
2Assistant Professor, Aditya College, Gwalior, M.P.
3Research Scholar, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, M.P.
Job satisfaction and Employee Loyalty represents one of the most key challenges faced by the managers today when it comes to managing their employees. Employees are the most valuable resource for all organizations; the longer an employee works for a company the more valuable it becomes. Many researchers have been conducted in various sectors to demonstrate the impact of Job satisfaction on employee loyalty. Employee loyalty is all about employees being committed for the success of the organization with a strong belief that working with that particular organization is their best option. The aim of the study was to find the impact of job satisfaction on employee loyalty in case of academicians. This study also finds out various factors underlying job satisfaction and employee loyalty. To achieve the aim of the study questionnaire survey was used. The results show that there is no impact of job satisfaction on employee loyalty in case of academicians.
Job Satisfaction, Employee Loyalty, Attitude, Organizational Commitment, Employee empowerment.
Shweta Rajput, Mayank Singhal, Shiv Kant Tiwari. Job Satisfaction and Employee Loyalty: A study of Academicians. Asian J. Management. 2016; 7(2): 105-109.
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