A Comparative Study of Job Satisfaction and Mental Health of Employees Working in the Clock Industry
Keywords:Job Satisfaction, Job Involvement, Industrial Employees
AbstractThe research presented was aimed at a comparative study of Job satisfaction and mental health of employees working in the clock industry. Out of 100 employees selected for the purpose, 50 employees living in rural areas and 50 employees living in urban areas were selected. The Job Satisfaction Scale is developed by Brafield Roth and Mental Health Scale development by Dr. D. J. Bhatt and Geeta R. Gida. Here t – test and F – test was applied to see the differences of mean score of job Satisfaction and Mental Health between rural and urban areas with Industrial Employees. The results show that there is a significant difference between the Job satisfaction of employees living in rural and urban areas. (t – 5.65) Job satisfaction is more prevalent among rural employees than in urban areas. While there is a significant difference between the mental health of employees living in rural and urban areas. (t- 4.40) Mental health is found to be better in urban employees than in rural areas. There is a significant correlation between Job satisfaction and mental health. (F – 0.70)
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