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SATISFACTION AND DISSATISFACTION FACTOR AT THE WORK PLACE ARE DIFFERENT

Dissatisfaction factors include things like getting a proper salary, having paid holidays, access to a canteen, relaxation and thinking space, gym, restaurant, Child-elderly care, shower and washroom, cultural activity and concierge services.

A recent workplace satisfaction survey of 600 hundred managers was carried about by Stanhope and ICM for management today, had surprising results. Relaxation and thinking space they really wanted 56% but actually got only 20%. Similarly, in Gym they desired to get 53% but actually got 14%.

These features of the company environment are clearly categorised as dissatisfaction factors. These factors de-motivate employees’ spirit, power to create and perform at work place. His commitment and bondage to the organisation slowly becomes weaker, which gradually leads quitting the job.

Satisfaction factors include good relationship with line managers, feeling valued in your work and personal development needs catered by organisation, salary in time, appreciation of work and positive attitude towards team.

My strong impression about experiences after coming across at least 50,000 managers, employees is that; they are unhappy due to lack of motivating environment and motivating factors. That’s why they are not more creative and more productive. It is not that they do not want to perform but the system or practices and leadership is not allowing them to perform to the fullest.

To help to bring out the satisfaction factors to your creativity at the workplace, we need to look into detail and think about in the above stated issues. Top management needs immediate focus to secure the positive environment, regardless of what others around you think or do.

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