Vallinayagam Arumugan, B Sankheetha, Renitha Brijith V D
Compensation and pay management, Employees motivation, Job-satisfaction, resilience
The epidemic of COVID-19 has had an extraordinary impact on the work sector. The value of job satisfaction as a predictor of employee productivity and company success cannot be overstated in the business world, particularly in the service industry. Using variable analysis, the mutual influences of compensation administration and employee motivation on job satisfaction were evaluated. Changes in the operating environment also contribute to decline in employee well-being. Working remotely will influence both social relationships and professional happiness. Work engagement occurs when an employee is assigned work duties with insufficient resources to execute them and receives contradictory requests from other people. Workers have suffered as a result of the psychological stress and uncertainty produced by the current shifting employment environment. Trust is a critical factor in regulating these connections. It was completely possible to explain the method of building a validatory work environment throughout a pandemic, according to the study results.
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Unique Paper ID: 157986

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 611 - 615
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