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A Comparative Study of Job Satisfaction Between Two Bank Branches of Bangladesh
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Volume 4, 2017
Issue 1 (July)
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Authors
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Abu Zafar Mahmudul Haq, Department of Business Administration, City University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to understand the level of employee job satisfaction of bank employees of bank branches in the context of progressive and non-progressive areas of Bangladesh. Selected progressive area is Dhaka district while non-progressive area is Narayanganj district. Selected bank branch of progressive area is Bangladesh Agricultural Bank (Bangladesh Krishi Bank, BKB) while the bank branch of non-progressive area is National Bank Limited. Thirty four employees of National Bank Limited and nineteen employees of Bangladesh Agricultural bank were investigated with the help of prestructurred questionnaires. Selections of study areas and branches of banks have been done purposively. Collection of sample was done through census method. An analysis has been made through mean, standard deviation and correlation. Five point Likert scale has been applied for the measurement of the level of job satisfaction of employees. This research found that the employees’ satisfaction of job of the branch in progressive area is comparatively better than in the job satisfaction of the bank branch of non-progressive area. The study recommended that the management board of National Bank Limited would take necessary steps for their employees of Narayanganj branch of NBL.
Keywords
Progressive and Non-progressive Areas, NBL, BKB, Job Satisfaction, Employees
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