Academic journal article IUP Journal of Management Research

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Academic journal article IUP Journal of Management Research

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Ensuring employees' satisfaction level in jobs helps organizations to emerge successful. There are many facets to job satisfaction like emotional intelligence, experience, pay, promotions, achievements, coworkers and superiors. Contended employees are high achievers in terms of productivity and satisfaction. The first two papers in this issue focus on the dimensions of emotional intelligence and demographic factors on job satisfaction. Tapping the right talent and having effective human resource policies are needed for better running of the organization. The last two papers discuss these problems.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize one's emotions, understand others feelings, and realize how the emotions have an effect on the people around. A person with high emotional quotient enjoys his job, is highly productive and successful. Emotional intelligence also has a gross influence on the level of job satisfaction at work. Faculty members with control on emotions are effective in delivering their responsibilities towards students; this in turn may lead to job satisfaction. The study, "Emotional Intelligence as a Predictor of Job Satisfaction: A Study Amongst Faculty in India", by S Samanvitha and P David Jawahar, aims at determining and establishing a relationship between strategic emotional intelligence and job satisfaction among faculty members in institutions. According to the study, strategic emotional intelligence is a multidimensional concept having a low positive relationship with job satisfaction.

The study, "The Impact of Age and Education on the Level of Satisfaction and Motivation Among Employees", by Tarak Paul, has been conducted to know the relationship between age and level of motivation, and the relationship between educational qualification and level of motivation, and to understand the degree of variance between different parameters of job satisfaction at Emami Ltd. …

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