AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON MEASUREMENT OF EMPLOYEE’S SATISFACTION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AREVA, ALLAHABAD
This study has been done to measure the satisfaction level of employees with special reference to AREVA, Allahabad. Nowadays scenario has been changed to sustain in such a competitive market. It is very important to retain good employees that contribute towards the achievement of organizational goal and employee’s satisfaction as well. The research papers highlight some of these problems and present a picture of level of job satisfaction among employees of AREVA Companies. It also identifies unique issues of job satisfaction in the company. In order to gain competitive advantage and adapt to the dramatic changing environment. It is important for them to achieve management efficiency by increasing employee satisfaction in the organization.
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