Analyzing Job Satisfaction of the Employees of National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) in Pakistan
International Journal of Research (IJR), Volume 2, Issue 2, Feb. 2015
27 Pages Posted: 6 May 2015
Date Written: November 10, 2014
This research attempts to investigate the job activities influencing factors of employees at National Commission for Human Development in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. This research is conducted in Gilgit region to explore which type of employees of NCHD are unhappy and dissatisfied with current job responsibilities. The prime focus of this study is to find out the reasons that increase the level of unhappiness of NCHD Employees which is being felt in Gilgit-Baltistan as GB is receiving intensified level of attention in result of recent empowerment and self-governance order approved in September 2009. This paper tries to discover the lack of compensation and other factors causing the dissatisfaction among the employees. This study may help NCDM Management to address the root causes of employees’ dissatisfaction. This research reflects the loopholes and underperforming departments of NCHD and suggests possible solutions to management to identify the factors for employees’ unhappiness. The study highlights the Hierarchy of NCHD Pakistan in general and GB in particularly to reveal the main objectives keeping in view the target population and available resources and data to conduct the research. The interpretation and data analysis puts emphasis on main focus to interlink the available data to execute this research. Diagram and tables elaborates the discussion and allows to analyze deeply the issues of jobs satisfaction in Gilgit-Baltistan. This study concludes and suggests appropriate packages according to employees rank and performance. This research may help NCDH Management to fix employees problems and it can help to get overall improved management at NCHD.
Keywords: Compensation, Employees Dissatisfaction, Job Satisfaction, National Commission for Human Development, Private Sector
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