In today’s society, working environment is so deeply interconnected with our daily life that job satisfaction becomes the necessary condition for one to be happy and contended. It is obvious that job satisfaction is connected with various personal and professional attitudes including commitment to the organization, involvement in work, setting for joint activities, and self-concept. Job satisfaction is a pleasant positive emotional state, resulting from the evaluation of an individual’s work or productive process, which is the feedback of the employees’ perception of how well the work provides important outcomes. In many organizations, job satisfaction is considered to be the most critical …show more content…
However, the opinions of various groups of people (young people and the elderly, men and women, workers and employees) about job satisfaction vary considerably (Adams 2013). Under loyalty, they understand the "attachment" to an organization that can be stimulated by various means. There can be a normative loyalty - attachment to the company due to a sense of duty to stay in the organization because of the pressure exerted on the employee by the circumstances and social norms, and also because of his psychological attitude towards compliance with these norms. Behavioral loyalty (loyalty to the calculation) - attachment of the employee to the organization due to the length of his experience and established organizational relations is another important factor. Finally, there is an affective loyalty (emotional loyalty) - attachment of the employee to the organization due to positive feelings from work and work environment and agreement with the goals, values and principles of the company. Employees with a pronounced need for self-realization tend to stay in the organization and work for it for good, if the organization provides them with opportunities to do what they like. Commitment depends on whether a person, working in this organization, can develop fidelity to himself, his beloved cause, his individual …show more content…
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