University “Goce Delcev” – Stip“”
Ìåíòîð : Èçðàáîòèëå:Ì༠2014, Ñòðóìèöà
An organization’s capacity to identify, attract and retain high-quality, high-performing people who can develop winning strategies has become decisive in ensuring competitive advantage.
As most people spend a major part of their adult life at work, job satisfaction is an important element of individual well-being. What factors contribute to job satisfaction? How realistic is the expectation of job satisfaction for all workers
It is clear that, the amount of time that adults spend working contains great proportion of their days. That is why, many people consider, if people are pleased with their jobs, it influences their general happiness in a positive way.
Of course, there are plenty of factors which give a rise to the job satisfaction. To begin with, taking under consideration that, nowadays people’s lives considerably depend on their income, salary seems to be the most impressive element defining their happiness with job. Existence of healthy work conditions is also a factor witch immediately comes to mind, since most people place very high value on health issues. Additionally, without any doubt, to have a good time at work is not possible without having a friendly work environment. To be more specific, no one can be satisfied with their jobs while having bad relationships with their colleagues, because it definitely causes stress and drops their effectiveness. Last, not but least, it is a common knowledge that, success at work triggers happiness, thus for many people it’s very important to have an opportunity to realize their potential.
Apparently, there are many elements contributing to the job satisfaction, but is it really possible to be happy at work? Actually, it might…

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