Job Satisfaction: Employees' Perceptions Following the Computerisation in The Pakistan Banking Industry
13 Jul, 1989
15 Nov, 1990
31 Dec, 1990
The study was designed to measure job satisfaction among the employees of Pakistani banks. Three hundred bank employees working in four commercial banks participated in this study. The employees' job satisfaction was assessed through a questionnaire as regards their satisfaction with their "present" job i.e., after the introduction of new technology of computers and with their job in the past period, i.e., before the use of computers. The results suggested that a greater number of employees tended to be satisfied with their "present" job (i.e., after the introduction of new technology) than with their jobs before the introduction of computers.
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