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Banking Professionals and Attitudinal Dimension of Job Satisfaction: A Descriptive Study

Drishtikon: A Management Journal

Volume 3 Issue 1

Published: 2012
Author(s) Name: S.M. Shariq Abbas
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Job satisfaction as an attitude is a widely researched area; furthermore it is very important theme in context of banking professionals as they are one of the most overworked people. It determines the productivity of the employees in various sectors of the industry. The present study analyzes the effects of financial factors, working condition, supervision and advancement opportunities on job satisfaction across gender and different categories of jobs in Indian private banks. The research employed multistage stratified cluster sampling and statistical procedures like Cronbach’s alpha, K independent samples (median test), means, standard deviation, ANOVA and the related Games Howell procedure, chi- square test and correlation matrix. Banking professionals were most content with working conditions and least with financial terms. Males and females and different job categories in banks did not have significant difference in the level of job satisfaction. Keywords: Job satisfaction, private banks, professionals

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