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IIJM:Volume 3, Issue 12, December 2015


Analysis of Self Satisfaction in Job or Business
Author Name:
Mr. Puneet Desai
ABSTRACT The Indian housing industry has been characterised as a fancy and significant one as a result of mixed nature of rules and laws. notably in discipline profession, wherever tierce area unit freelance experiences larger job satisfaction, a lot of autonomy and ability and conjointly a lot of work to life conflict along side larger turnover intentions. Self-employment has been coupled to several of the planted issues suffered by the world, as well as lack of investment in skills coaching, poorly integrated human resource policies and poor treatment of staff. Here it reports on 2 phases of information assortment specifically a form of architects and semi-structured interviewers with active architects. The form explores problems with job satisfaction, emotive wellbeing, job demands and call latitude, work-life balance and turn-over intentions. The result reveals that freelance architects seem to expertise larger job satisfaction, larger turn-over intentions and larger work to life conflict .The semi-structured interviews discovered that self-employment enabled architects to precise their ability and autonomy that area unit key drivers for entry into the profession. These findings show that the connection between employment standing and job satisfaction is advanced. any analysis is required with larger samples to totally understand the impact and consequences for freelance staff and also the sectors.
Cite this article:
Mr. Puneet Desai , " Analysis of Self Satisfaction in Job or Business" , IPASJ INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT(IIJM) , Volume 3, Issue 12, December 2015 , pp. 022-024 , ISSN 2321-645X.
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