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Title: Relationship of demographic factors to ability utilization of job satisfaction of government and private bank employees in Ampara region - Sri Lanka
Authors: Jahufer, Aboobacker
Rifkhan Ahamed, M.I
Keywords: Bank employees
Job satisfaction
Ability utilization
Reliability test
Issue Date: Oct-2014
Publisher: Faculty of Management and Commerce South Eastern University of Sri Lanka Oluvil # 32360 Sri Lanka
Citation: Journal of management Volume XI No. 1. pp 53-61. October 2014
Abstract: The purpose of this research study is to check the intrinsic factor ability utilization of job satisfaction associate with demographic factors: Gender, Age, Ethnicity, Civil Status, Experience, Educational Qualification and Bank Types in Ampara region government and private bank employees. Reliability test, Principle Component Analysis, Independent Samples t-test, ANOVA and Mean Comparison test were used for analyzing the data. The independent sample t-test result reveals that, there is no significant different between gender variable (Male & Female) and job ability utilization factor, whereas there is significant different between type of banks (private & government) and job ability utilization factor at 5% level. Furthermore, ANOVA result concludes that, there is no significant different between the demographic factors: Age, Ethnicity, Civil Status and Experience variables and job ability utilization factor. There is significant different between Educational Qualification variable and job ability utilization factor at 10% level. Mean comparison test was used to differentiate the ability utilization associated with educational qualification variable.
ISSN: 1391-8230
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