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Exploring the Factors Affecting Employee’s Satisfaction in Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) of Bangladesh: An Experience from Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC)

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DOI: 10.4236/jss.2019.78001    61 Downloads   149 Views

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The paper contributes to research on employee satisfaction theory through analysing relationship between Job security (JS), job innovativeness (JI), internal communication (IC) and compassion & self-sacrifice (CSS) as antecedents of employee’s satisfaction (ES) in NGOs sectors in Bangladesh, and the moderating role of education & training (ET) in this relationship. The conceptual framework is examined using structural equation modelling. Data analysed has been drawn from 260 employees of BRAC NGOs located in Comilla and Chandpur districts of Bangladesh. The findings of this research positively strengthen the Non-government Organizations (NGOs) of Bangladesh with providing the job satisfaction to the employee by exploring the antecedents of employee’s satisfaction in NGOs. These outcomes of the study are consistent with the conclusion that employers of NGOs working in Bangladesh should cordially focus on employee’s satisfactory factors for the sake of assuring better performance and productivity.

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Uddin, M. , Uddin, M. , Paul, R. , Khan, T. and Ali, S. (2019) Exploring the Factors Affecting Employee’s Satisfaction in Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) of Bangladesh: An Experience from Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC). Open Journal of Social Sciences, 7, 1-23. doi: 10.4236/jss.2019.78001.

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