Job Satisfaction of the Bank Employees in Bangladesh: A Study in Bogra City

Brazendra NathRoy, Md. Anowar Hossain, Efat Jannat Shammi

Abstract


Employee’s positive feelings towards an organization is termed as job satisfaction. Employee job satisfaction is very important for each and every organization because its success mainly depend on employee’s devotion towards organization. As banking industry is the backbone of the economy of our country, this study attempts to investigate the factors affecting job satisfaction of bank employees in Bogra city. A well designed questionnaire is used to collect data for this study. The researcher has done a factor analysis using SPSS version 20 to find out factors contributing towards job satisfaction.


Keywords


Job Satisfaction; Employee; Factors; Bangladesh.

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