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dc.contributor.authorFarwin, A. S. Shifa-
dc.contributor.authorUthayakumar, S. S.-
dc.identifier.citationJournal of Management, 14(1); 46-56.en_US
dc.description.abstractThis study examined the relationship between underemployment and job satisfaction of domestic commercial bank employees. The purpose of this study is to determine how the employees of the banking sector perceived themselves as underemployed for the job they currently assigned and its impact on their job satisfaction. To find the result of this study the related date was collected by filling self-administrated questionnaires as one of the primary data collection method by the selected population's sample of 154 employees. Of the selected sample 131 questionnaires were completed and usable for this study. Correlation and regression analysis was performed to test the hypothesized relationship. Employees perceived over qualification has become an important topic in the world of work most specifically in domestic commercial bank sector. The research study will take a hard look by the primary reason for lack of acceptability due to over education or underutilisation of knowledge, skill, and abilities within the work place. Finding of the study indicated that underemployment was negatively related to job satisfaction. For the commercial bank sector employees in Nuwaragama area Anuradhapura district were selected as interest of population to find the result of the study. On the basis of these findings, managerial implications of the study and future research direction was highlighted.en_US
dc.publisherFaculty of Management and Commerce, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka.en_US
dc.subjectJob satisfactionen_US
dc.subjectSkill under-utilizationen_US
dc.subjectCommercial banking sectoren_US
dc.titleThe relationship between underemployment and job satisfaction of commercial bank employees: evidence from Nuwaragama area, Anuradhapura districten_US
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