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Association of Job Satisfaction, Productivity, Motivation, Stress Levels with Flextime

Journal of Organisation and Human Behaviour

Volume 2 Issue 2

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Kalpana Solanki | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, American University in Emirates, United Arab Emirates.
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It has been observed that the concept of flextime is very useful but it has not been understood and utilized by many organizations till date in UAE. The flextime concept is suitable to those employees who are willing to work in flexible work shifts with suitable work timings .This research is focused on finding out a relationship between flextime and employee productivity, job satisfaction, work productivity, motivation and reduction in the stress levels of the employees. There is a good scope for implementing flextime in UAE since many such jobs that can be done with flexibility in the work timings are available in the organizations (both in the manufacturing and service oriented industries). To test the hypothesis the researcher used (ANOVA) linear regression test which shows the relationship between independent variable (flextime) and the dependent variable (job satisfaction, work productivity, motivation, and stress levels). The researcher has used frequency table for analysis of the demographic factors and has done the mean and standard deviation analysis. The researcher has used the Pearson correlation test to check the validity of the research questionnaire

Keywords: Flextime, Job Satisfaction, Motivation, Productivity, Work stress

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