Salaries for IS managers on the rise, while job satisfaction stays constant
- Employee Job Satisfaction in Software and ITeS units in Bangalore - An Empirical study. Jyothi, B. S.; Ravindran, P.T. // Business Management Dynamics;Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p46
In recent years, Bangalore, ecstatically referred to as a 'Silicon Valley of India', has rapidly developed into a dynamic Information Technology (IT) hub housing several Software and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITeS) companies. Despite the popularity of Information Technology in...
- Why are Employees in the Information Technology Sector Unhappy? // Dataquest;11/15/2015, Vol. 33 Issue 21, p71
The article informs that a majority of employees in the information technology sector are unhappy owing to the feeling of being trapped, not being valued at work, non alignment with company vision and relationship with coworkers.
- Older and wiser. Overton, Laura // e.learning age;Dec2006/Jan2007, p23
The article presents the findings of a study on electronic learning (e-learning) in British workplace conducted by the Skills for Business Network work-based e-learning project. Results showed that increased e-learning maturity contribute to employee motivation and satisfaction. Nine percent of...
- ARE YOU SATISFIED? Russell, Dianne // Windows IT Pro;Dec2005, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p31
The article offers observation on the issue of job satisfaction among information technology (IT) professionals in the U.S. that was included in the 2005 Industry Survey of the "Windows IT Pro" magazine. It is noted that 76% of respondents are either somewhat or totally dissatisfied with their...
- Fostering Academic Research among Management Scholars in India: An Introduction to the Special Issue. Sheel, Rahul; Vohra, Neharika // Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers;Apr-Jun2014, Vol. 39 Issue 2, pv
An introduction is presented in which the author discusses several article within the issue on topics including role of cognitive appraisal in work-family experiences of employees, work attitudes of Indian women in the IT sector and organizational justice' influence on job satisfaction.
- Tech Careers: How to Handle Career Mistakes. Lee, Katherine Spencer // Certification Magazine;Feb2004, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p40
Presents a guideline for handling career mistakes committed by information technology professionals. Consequence of becoming too indispensable in a certain job position; Implication of accepting a position without considering overall career path; Disadvantage of job-hopping.
- Women Leaving Their Positions "in Droves". // Software Practitioner;May/Jun2014, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p5
The article reports on a global survey conducted to women in science, engineering and technology fields which found that one-third of information technology (IT) workers said that they want to leave their jobs and change career.
- Exploring the Relationship Between HR Practices and Job Satisfaction Across Selected IT Companies. Verma, Anuradha; Malhotra, Meenakshi; Bedi, Monica // IUP Journal of Organizational Behavior;Jan2012, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p7
The dynamic market scenario reviving from the recent recession has seen a lot of changes in the employee perspectives and behavior. With new avenues opening up for employees enhancing attrition, each organization needs to map the satisfaction of its employees with the Human Resource (HR)...
- DOES AGE MATTER IN JOB SATISFACTION? THE CASE OF U.S. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS. Ghazzawi, Issam // Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict;Jan2011, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p25
Many studies have examined the relationship between age and job satisfaction. These studies have revealed conflicting results. While some concluded that such relationship is positive and linear, others have concluded negative non-linear, U-shaped, or J-shaped, or no significant relationship....