The Factors Impact on Employee Satisfaction in Work at Vietnamese Garment Enterprises

Authors: Hoang Thanh Tung, Nguyen Thi Van Anh, Pham Thi Thuy Anh

ABSTRACT
This research is to identify and assess the factors that impact an employee’s satisfaction in work. The company selected for this research is a leading garment company of the Vietnamese textile and garment industry. With the survey and analyzing the opinion of 318 workers, the research results indicated six groups of elements (variables) in work which have impacted on the staff’s satisfaction: wages and welfare, working conditions, relations with superiors, relations with colleagues, training and promotion opportunities, nature of work. These six-factor groups were measured by 27 observed variables. The analysis and evaluation of factors affect the satisfaction of employees in order to contribute practically to the setting up and implementation of effective measures to enhance job satisfaction for employees, create motivate labor and bring the higher labor productivity.

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Journal: Open Journal of Business and Management
DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2019.72045(PDF)
Paper Id: 91617 (metadata)

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