Job Satisfaction among Bank Employees in Eastern Libya
Hind A. M. Bader, Intan H.M. Hashim, Norzarina Mohd Zaharim
The study examines the level of job satisfaction among 536 employees of a major bank from four cities in eastern Libya. The Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ) was used to assess employees’ job satisfaction. Participants unanimously reported high level job satisfaction. They were a mixture of widowed, divorced and a basic level of education from the Al Beida city. Most have long term employment with satisfactory levels of job satisfaction. It was found, however, that gender, age and their type of occupation was not necessarily related to job satisfaction. Findings are discussed within the specific context of Libyan society in relation to previous and relevant studies.
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