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In the first factor that I chose, Stephen P. Robbins is talking about conditions that make employees satisfied with their work. He told us about the studies which demonstrate that employees prefer physical surrounding that are not dangerous or uncomfortable. Also they prefer working close to home in clean atmosphere with appropriate equipment. Personally, I totally agree with him because I used to have bad working conditions at my work, and I was completely unsatisfied with my job. I work at Sears and for the first three or four months of my work there the air conditioner was broken, and no one was even trying to fix it. It was very hot inside the store so all employees and customers were complaining about it because it was impossible to either work or shop there. Most of the employees were very angry because the only place where the air conditioner worked was in office, so only managers were enjoying their job. In the department where I work it was so hot that sometimes I was running outside of the store just to take a fresh air. Employees in the store started protesting and not coming to work because it was impossible for them to work standing or walking around in the very hot place for eight hours a day. After protesting we got two fens to our department and our job became much easier and more enjoyable this way, but customers still weren't that happy about it because it was st
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- " Job Satisfaction ", Stephen P. Robbins writes ...
- Stephan P. Pobbins said, " Remember, a person's job is more than just the obvious activities of shuffling papers, waiting on customers, or driving a track. Jobs require interaction with co-workers and bosses, following organizational rules and policies, meeting performance standards, living with working conditions that are often less than idea, and the like. This means that an employee's assessment of how satisfied or dissatisfied he or she is with his or her job is a complex summation of a number of discrete job elements."
- Stephan P. Robbins wrote "People get more out of work than merely or tangible achievements. For most employees, work also fills the need for social interaction. Not surprisingly, therefore, having friendly and supportive co-workers leads to increased job satisfaction. The behavior of one's boss also is a major determinant of satisfaction."
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