The present research was designed to explore the impact of manager’s orientation on the job satisfaction of their subordinates. The sample consisted of 120 employees; 20 managers and 100 of their subordinates ranging in age from 23 to 54 taken from different organizations of Multan. Motivator’s Orientation Questionnaire (Deci, Connell, & Ryan 1989) and Job Satisfaction Questionnaire (Hackman & Oldham, 1975) were used to collect the information. Results indicated that subordinates working under autonomy oriented managers are more satisfied with their jobs as compared to the subordinates working under controlled oriented managers. Findings pertaining to gender differences suggested that female have more job satisfaction than their male counterparts under autonomous manager.
Job satisfaction, Autonomy orientation, Control orientation, Extrinsic/intrinsic motivation
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Sultan, S., & Hanif, A. (2009). The impact of manager's orientation on the job satisfaction of their subordinates. Business Review, 4(2), 87-96. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1333
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