Workload, strong competition, targets, time limitation, job demands and economic crisis play an important role in employee satisfaction. The pressure has increased more today and people are trying their best to keep up with the fast paced world.
Job dissatisfaction of employees affects not only the employee, but also the organization and the economy to some extent. This infographic explains how employees feel and what causes dissatisfaction.
If the employees feel that they are being treated unfairly or that they have more skill and talent to show than what they are asked to, they could feel dejected. Dejection reflects in their work and it could start to slump down. Employees regard highly of recognition and appreciation of work.
They feel dissatisfied if their work and contribution go unnoticed. Majority of workers say that they do not receive the required training and guidance for their work. This can add a lot of pressure and put them in a distressing position.
Employees who are satisfied with their job show active engagement and commitment towards their work. Happy workers not only show self-improvement, but also play a prominent role in the achievement of organization’s goals.