Volume 12 Number 2 Year - 2018

Number of articles: 14



PARAMETERS WHICH INFLUENCE EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION IN PUBLIC SECTOR IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

Authors: Igor Klopotan, Marina Generalić, Zdravko Mihevc

Abstract: Employees are one of key factors of success of a company and as such represent the most important resource of every organisation. In order to efficiently and effectively complete the tasks assigned to them, employees need to be motivated and satisfied with the work they do. Human resources management is a complex and demanding process and tasks administered by human resources manager are by no means simple. Parameters of employee satisfaction differ in public and private sector. Research indicates that direct financial rewards are not the most important parameter of employee satisfaction. Research conducted within this paper indicates that in the Republic of Croatia there are several relevant parameters of employee satisfaction and they are dependent on education, age, professional qualification level and length of service. Research results also indicate that informants are not of the opinion that salaries are based on work results. This research was a part of a bigger research conducted in public sector of the Republic of Croatia.

Keywords: public sector, motivation, leadership, management, employee satisfaction

DOI: 10.18421/IJQR12.02-07

Article info: pp. 405-420

Recieved: 06.01.2018  Accepted: 13.04.2018  UDC: 331.1.6(497.5)   Downloads: 24


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