Master of Business Administration Executive

Faculty / School

Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)

Year of Award


Project Type

MBA Executive Research Project

Access Type

Restricted Access

Executive Summary

The increased globalization and excessive growth in information technology and communication advancement has taken the corporate world to the new heights of competition. Therefore, companies are struggling to succeed by embracing the business strategies that play an active role in providing them a competitive edge. Companies cannot achieve this goal without exploiting the resources in the best possible manner. In this perspective, manpower has been greatly emphasized because human workforce is the building block of any organization that lay down weak foundation depending upon the how efficiently and effectively they are em either a strong or a being engaged. Employee is an integral part and an invaluable asset of any organization that elevates the company through continuous improvement and development.

Among various other things, organizational success greatly relies on employee satisfaction level. It is therefore, essential for business managers to identify the manners through which employees could be kept satisfied and motivated so that they can contribute effective towards the eventual growth of the organization. One must understand that high level of job satisfaction results in high level of commitment and dedication towards the organization.

However, as the business environment is highly competitive, business entities are required to make sure that their employees are highly satisfied. Hence, organizations need to take under consideration various factors that may result in high level of employee job satisfaction.

This research paper is a study based on identifying the factors influencing the job satisfaction level in Medical Graduates working in Medical Service stations or in Hospitals and how this factors influencing the treatments of patients.



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