Job satisfaction in private organizations in Cyprus
Zacharoplasti Mateidou, Andreas
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This dissertation focuses on work satisfaction in the private sector in Cyprus, as it is a vital factor in professional growth and a motivator for employees. The dissertation's first goal is to define the factors that contribute to an employee's dissatisfaction with his work. On a second stage, it investigates whether the factors affecting workers at work are psychological or livelihood-related. After a comprehensive bibliographic analysis, the master's dissertation's theoretical section presents the theories that have been established over time by various scholars in this field. The theoretical section focuses primarily on the criteria's study questions and seeks to link them to the findings of the dissertation's primary quantitative research, which was performed by circulating questionnaires to employees in various private sectors. The findings of the study revealed the significance of job satisfaction in Cyprus' private sector, which should be focused on basic work characteristics, behaviors, and abilities, as well as the work environment and benefits. It was also discovered that the immediate boss is an important part of each employee's future happiness since they are the extension of company processes and are personally associated with the employee on a regular basis. The findings of the study will be used by private businesses to develop their processes and Human Resources departments.