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Impact of Job Satisfaction on Employee Performance within the Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Sector – A Study of Saudi Arabia (2019)

This dissertation sets out to determine the effect of job satisfaction on the performance of employees in oil, gas and petrochemical companies in Saudi Arabia. The study provides an analysis of the components of job satisfaction and their effects on employee performance. These include supervision, pay or income, supervision, and promotion. Data was collected from a survey posted online for employees working in Saudi Arabia to respond.

The study will be conducted to prove or disapprove the study hypotheses which are; there is a positive influence on the dimensions of the job on employee job performance; second is that there is a positive relationship between job satisfaction levels on employees in oil, gas and petrochemical companies in Saudi Arabia. Findings of the study revealed that there is a positive relationship between job satisfaction and employee performance.

After data collection and analysis, the study concluded that there are factors stated that enhance job satisfaction and employee performance such as, payments, motivation, organizational culture, and relationships between the employees. This study has provided a link between these factors and job satisfaction and employee performance. The study provided recommendations that future studies to be carried out in this area but to focus more on the service industry. This is because it has been discovered that impacts identified in the service industry may not be the same as those in the manufacturing industry.

Dissertation objectives

  • To examine the effects of job satisfaction on employees in the oil, gas and petrochemical in Saudi Arabia
  • To examine the relationship between job satisfaction and performance in the oil, gas and petrochemical in Saudi Arabia
  • To analyze the job satisfaction levels among oil, gas and petrochemical employees in Saudi Arabia
  • 12,000 words – 56 pages in length
  • Excellent use of literature
  • Excellent analysis of subject area
  • Well written throughout
  • Includes questionnaire
  • Ideal for HRM students

1 – Introduction
Background of the Study
Job satisfaction
Statement of the Problem
Purpose of the Study
Objectives of the study
Research Question / Hypothesis
Research questions
Hypothesis
The significance of the study
Dissertation Rationale

2 – Literature Review
Definition of Job Satisfaction
Dimensions of Job satisfaction
Promotion
Supervision
Pay
Co-workers
The Connection between Job Satisfaction and Job Performance
Theories of Job Satisfaction
Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory
Locke Value Theory
Maslow Needs Hierarchy Theory
Effects of Talent Development on Job Satisfaction
Effect of Teamwork
Effect of Organizational Culture of Job satisfaction
Measuring Job Performance
Conceptual Framework

3 – Methodology
Research Design
Sampling
Sampling Size
Sampling Technique
Instrumentation
Data Collection and Analysis Procedures
Discussion

4 – Data Presentation and Analysis

5 – Conclusions and Recommendations
Key Findings
Conclusion
Recommendations

References

Appendix
Questionnaire

Job Satisfaction and Employee Performance Dissertation
Job Satisfaction and Employee Performance Dissertation

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