International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 4, Part A (2017)
Employees’ job satisfaction in Ethiopia: A comparative study of selected public and private sectors in Woldia district
Mehari Haile and Dr. Peteti Premanandam
This study examined the predictive capacity of job satisfaction factors toward private and public employed workers and job satisfaction differences between the two organizations in Woldia district. In the study 135 public and 189 private organization workers were participated. As the findings of the study indicated, statistically significant mean difference observed between private and public workers job satisfaction of communication and relationship, job security, pay and promotion and fairness. The job satisfaction factors correctly classified the private and public organizations. This classification was imperative and made the prediction prudent. As the likelihood ratio of the study indicated, privately employed workers are 1.8 times more likely satisfied in pay and promotion of their respective organization than the public worker's job motivation of pay and promotion. In the same vein, public employed workers are 1.3 times more likely satisfied in job security of their organization than the privately employed workers.
How to cite this article:
Mehari Haile and Dr. Peteti Premanandam. Employees’ job satisfaction in Ethiopia: A comparative study of selected public and private sectors in Woldia district. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(4): 19-25.