EMPLOYEE CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB SATISFACTION: THE INFLUENCE OF DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, AND STRESS IN A COMPOSITE AEROSPACE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Keywords:Job Satisfaction, Depression, Anxiety, Stress
Job satisfaction comes from interacting with coworkers, making an effort to learn, and ultimately, doing the right thing although no one is looking. Managers have a common and complex issue of improving staff’s job satisfaction. The staff’s positive reaction was realised from the work outcomes and their attitude. Job satisfaction also is a mix of good and negative opinions that employees experience about their jobs. Job satisfaction is defined as a worker’s sense of accomplishment, and success on the job is commonly considered closely related to productivity and personal quality of life. Job satisfaction explained the logic is that a satisfied employee is a happy employee, and a happy employee is a successful and productive employee who will contribute to the employer’s success by delivering superior quality results within the time limit and contributing to increased profits. This research study proposed to be conducted in one of aerospace company located in Malaysia which had 2,224 employees. Many researchers found that job satisfaction has a powerful influence on worker motivation. Worker motivation has an impact on productivity and, therefore, on commercial organisations’ success. Employee well-being and characteristic are essential factors to measure and see the influence and relationship against job satisfaction. SPSS will be a quantitative statistical tool in measuring the significance between employee characteristics and job satisfaction.