The Impact of COVID – 19 on Employee’s Job Security and Job Satisfaction of Bangladesh

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Title The Impact of COVID – 19 on Employee’s Job Security and Job Satisfaction of Bangladesh
Creator Islam, Monija
Al-Shams, Tanveer Muhammad
Subject Job Insecurity
Job Satisfaction
Service Sector
Description This paper presents a comprehensive diagnosis of Job Security and Job Satisfaction of different service sector in Bangladesh. The different service sector job holders are in a precarious situation in terms of their job security. The survey questionnaire was modeled to measure the job security & job satisfaction of an employee in this Covid-19 pandemic. In this study, we investigate the vacillation of job security for different service sector employees. Job security and Job Satisfaction is one of the vexed questions here in the COVID-19 pandemic situation. It focuses on the relative importance of Job Security and job satisfaction factors and their impact on the employment. The result shows that working conditions, chance to try my own methods and co workers harmony are the most important factors contributing to job satisfaction during COVID-19. For this purpose, we formed questionnaire of 300 service sector employees such as Teachers School, College and University; bankers, doctors, engineers etc. to find out the actual scenarios. It also investigates the influence of age, gender and managerial/non managerial differences on the attitude towards job satisfaction. The study also examines the differences between intrinsic and extrinsic job satisfaction factors. Based on the findings, the employees at different service sector they were slightly satisfied with their jobs. Service sector employees are agonizing mostly due to this problem.
Publisher Asian Business Consortium
Date 2021-12-07
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source ABC Research Alert; Vol. 9 No. 3 (2021): September-December Issue; 109-126
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Monija Islam, Tanveer Muhammad Al-Shams

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