ISSN 2250 - 1959 (online) ISSN 2348 - 9367 (Print) New DOI : 10.32804/IRJMST

Don’t waste efforts in publishing without DOI. Get proper indexation and citation to the article by publishing it with a journal that is assigning DOI to your work

**Need Help in Content editing, Data Analysis.

Research Gateway

Adv For Editing Content

   No of Download : 27    Submit Your Rating     Cite This   Download        Certificate



Vol -  10, Issue- 4 ,         Page(s) : 11 - 20  (2019 ) DOI :


This topic ‘A study to understand how employee satisfaction leads to retention in Tata Group’ states that there is a vital role in satisfying the employees in any organization. Satisfaction of the job is very much essential for any employee working at any organization. All the other factors are affected and are based on the employee’s performance towards its organization. Employee’s perception needs to be taken care and also, they must be given equal opportunities to be more creative and innovative in their work. By acknowledging the employee’s skills and abilities it impacts on the performances and are motivated towards the work. Based on the employee’s key result area and key performance indicators various trainings must be provided to enhance their skills and use effectively in the organization. They must also be provided various trainings and benefits which interests the employees and helps in their career development. This also increases employee loyalty towards the work and the organization so there is high retention in the organization. Employees can give the best and will tend to stay in the organization as long as possible. So, employee satisfaction is very important to have a better work life balance and also decreases the attrition rate in any organization.

Kandhro, Dr. Sirajul and Chandio, Javed (February 10, 2014) ‘Employees Job Satisfaction: Analyzing the Satisfaction by Length of Service and Employment Status’International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research, Volume 3, Issue 2.
Sypniewska, Barbara (March 31, 2014) ‘Evaluation of Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction’ Contemporary Economics, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 57-72, 2014.
Malpani, Sangeeta and Varshney, M (August 10, 2014) ‘Job Satisfaction of ICICI Employees Job Satisfaction of Private Sector Bank. International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research, 2014. International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research,2014.
SHRM (April 18, 2016) ‘Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement- Revitalizing a Changing Workforce’
Panigrahi, Ashok, (May 31, 2016) ‘Study of Job Satisfaction and Its Implications for Motivating Employees at Infosys’STRATEGY - The Journal for Management Development, Volume - XIV, No. - I, May 2016, ISSN 0973-2977, Berhampur University, Berhampur, Odisha.
Kundaragi, Dr. Prakash and Kadakol, Adiveppa,(June 7, 2016)‘A Study on Co-Operative Societies in Belagavi Golden Research Thoughts Volume 5, Issue 12.
Dr. James, Manalel and Manu, Melvin, Joy (May 2016) ‘A Study on the Impact of Job Satisfaction on Employee Withdrawal Behaviours in Information Technology Industry’The International Journal of Business & Management (ISSN 2321–8916)
Mayank, Singhal and Shivkant, Tiwari, Shweta, Rajput (June 11, 2016)‘Job satisfaction and employee loyalty a Study of Academicians’ Asian J. Management; 7(2): April-June 2016 ISSN 0976-495X
Shaju, M and Subhashini, D (January 2017) ‘A study on impact of job satisfaction on job performance of employees working in Automobile Industry, Punjab, India’ Journal of Management Research ISSN 1941-899X 2017 Vol. 9, No 1.
Triwahyuni, Ririn and Ekowati, Vivin (December 5,2017) ‘The Effect of Employee Satisfaction on Employees Performance through Organizational Commitment’ Management and Economics Journal (MEC-J), Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2017.

*Contents are provided by Authors of articles. Please contact us if you having any query.

Bank Details