Job Satisfaction and Organizational Behaviour among IT Professionals: An empirical study
P.Jacqueline, Dr.S.Akilandeswari
Extrinsic Job Satisfaction, Intrinsic Job Satisfaction, Job satisfaction, Organizational Citizenship Behavior.
This study is aimed to assess intrinsic job satisfaction and extrinsic job satisfaction, and to test the strength of the relationship between these two with organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). The present study is an empirical study that collected 261 responses from IT employees in Coimbatore by using a well-structured questionnaire to test the hypothesis. The study found that both the facets of job satisfaction - intrinsic and extrinsic – had significant positive correlation OCB. In the regression analysis it is found that that the extrinsic job satisfaction predicts the OCB (β=0.243) higher than the intrinsic job satisfaction (β=0.179). The findings of the study are used to give an additional concentration on to enhance the level of OCB among the IT employees.
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Unique Paper ID: 154153

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 10

Page(s): 214 - 219
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