Job satisfaction of women workers employed in agro-based and allied industries
Nasreen Jahan, Nilofer Khan, Dr. Nayeema Jabeen
The present study was to access the extent of satisfaction of women workers employed in Agro-based and Allied industries. The sample of respondents for these studies consisted of 560 women workers employed in 59 Agro-based and 28 Allied sector based business units. A systematic sampling procedure was adopted to select the required number of the sample. A self constructed questionnaire and interview schedule was prepared by the investigator in order to access the level of job satisfaction among the women workers who were employed in agro and allied industries. The results revealed that the posture while working, hours of duty, overtime obligations, compensation for overtime and leave are highly significant in relation to job satisfaction.