A Study of the Impact of Employee Job Satisfaction through Working Environment: A Case Study of Minmahaw Company in Myanmar
Keywords:Job Satisfaction, Performance, Social, Secure, Physical
During the COVID-19 and political crisis period, all business organizations, not just operational staff, but also management teams, increased their workload, allowing them to bear significant physical and psychological stress. The study has an impact on future business performance by emphasizing the work environment within their organization to improve employee motivation and commitment during COVID-19 through positive effects on employee satisfaction, as well as the relationship between the employee and the organization that creates the working environment. The study's goal is to educate executives on how to demonstrate flexibility and create a better working environment in the face of current and future pandemics. The analysis in this study was based on several concepts from human resource management and crisis management in firms, as well as a survey of significant business publications that had been published. The study used a descriptive research survey as its method. Min Ma Haw provided a sample size of 110 employees. The majority of the data for this study was gathered through a closed-ended questionnaire. The study created statistical analysis tools that demonstrate variable analysis. SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Statistic) version 20 was used to analyze the quantitative data received from the questionnaire. Stratified random sampling was used to divide and examine the population's divisions. notably disproportionate In order to select the staff, first line management, middle management, and top management, stratified random sampling was used because some strata are small.
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