Exploring factors influencing employees satisfaction during COVID19 era: an empirical study on Jordanian telecommunication firms Online publication date: Sun, 07-May-2023
by Khaled Mohammad Kayed Alhyasat
International Journal of Business Excellence (IJBEX), Vol. 30, No. 1, 2023
Abstract: This study aimed at exploring the factors influencing employees' satisfaction. The literature depicted conflicting results regarding such domain and especially in the Middle East, where this paper aims at establishing a solid view of the discipline. A research model was developed based on the literature review and theory approach. The model hypothesised that perceived human capital, social capital, strategic leadership, and occupational health and safety as independent variables, and employee satisfaction as dependent variable. A questionnaire was utilised to explore Jordanian employees' perceptions regarding the research model constructs. A sample of 285 Jordanian employees filled the surveys based on their awareness of employee satisfaction concepts and their willingness to participate in the study. This study utilises the structural equation modelling (SEM) approach with AMOS as an analysis method. Findings indicated that human capital, social capital, strategic leadership, and occupational health and safety jointly determine employees' satisfaction.
Online publication date: Sun, 07-May-2023
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