Journal of Business & Economic Policy

ISSN 2375-0766 (Print), 2375-0774 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jbep

Job Satisfaction against Individual Performance in Government Institutions of Santo Domingo, Ecuador
Alexander Sánchez Rodríguez, Gelmar García Vidal, Rodobaldo Martínez Vivar, Reyner Pérez Campdesuñer

Identification, through experimental means, the key variables that influence job satisfaction, for measurement and improvement in the Decentralized autonomous municipal government of Santo Domingo, to help raise individual performance is the purpose of this investigation. To fulfill this objective, a specific methodology that was implemented in the areas of administrative management and sanitation and environmental management of the entity under study was developed; the current status of job satisfaction in these areas was diagnosed; and gaps were determined, from which improvement strategies to be followed by the organization were laid. With the completion of the investigation they were obtained as main results the development of specific methodology for evaluating and improving job satisfaction, making it possible to adapt to the characteristics of existing organizations; defining the essential dimensions and variables to consider, as well as the design and validation of instruments and techniques for measuring job satisfaction.

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