A Research Paper on the Effect of Employee Engagement on Job Satisfaction in IT Sector

Preeti Thakur

Abstract


The purpose of this paper seeks to find out the Effect of Employee Engagement on Job Satisfaction in IT Sector. Primary as well as secondary data has been used to carry out the research. The study has been carried out on officers as well as the clerks of IT sector. The findings came out and this is identified that among the former work motivation could be improved through increasing job authority and accountability. At the clerical level, rewards and sanctions are significantly associated with job involvement

Keywords


Employee engagement; IT Sector; Job satisfaction; Job Rotation; Job Enlargement

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