Job satisfaction- Burnout and turnover in Cypriot employees
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The present thesis examined and investigated both in theoretical and exploratory level the term of Job satisfaction including burnout and turnover symptoms. The aim of the present thesis was to identify the various aspects of Job dissatisfaction and to contribute to the solution making process. Specifically, the study sought to answer the following questions: 1. Which factors of job dissatisfaction are related with turnover and burnout? 2. In which degree are Cypriot Employees satisfied by their job? 3. When do Cypriot Employees undergo turnover and burnout? 4. How do employees manage to overcome job dissatisfaction/turnover/burnout? For the purposes of this thesis, the quantitative method was performed and more specifically the survey research type with a five-point Likert scale, questions reached out a sample of the population of 140 participants who are Cypriot workers. The results were analysed with Microsoft Excel and SPSS. Results showed that the most important factors for employees to reach Job satisfaction or to feel motivated, is to enjoy a combination of benefits. Those benefits include good work environment, fair promotions procedures, a multi-level support from superiors, colleagues and organization, sufficient recognition, reward boost, sustainable workload and personal life, sufficient salary, job resources, combined interventions on the job matters, a culture of the organization which establishes fairness, have values and to experience fun.