The Investigation of Effects of Job Satisfaction on Performance Among Academicians Using Herzberg’s Theory (Published)
Today, many organizations are looking to increase the performance of their employees to maximize the benefits and profitability of their organization. One way to achieve this great goal is to keep employees satisfied because satisfied employees have enough motivation to do organizational work effectively and productively. It is no gain in saying that satisfied employees tend to be more committed, creative, and productive in their organizations. Recent empirical studies also indicate a direct correlation between job satisfaction and employee performance in organizations. The main objective of this research is to investigate the effects of job satisfaction on the performance of academic employees. Also, this analyzes the important elements of Herzberg’s two-factor theory, including hygiene factor and motivational factor on job performance of academic level in Afghanistan. The result of this research will not only show how successful policies of the government in higher education have been but also indicates the important factors that policymakers should take into account for plans of the government.
Citation: Temory M.D. (2023) The Investigation of Effects of Job Satisfaction on Performance Among Academicians Using Herzberg’s Theory, European Journal of Logistics, Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, Vol.11 No.1, pp.26-42