Affirmative action success as measured by job satisfaction

Abstract :

Investigates the association between affirmative action effectiveness and the job satisfaction of affirmative action beneficiaries. A literature survey has been done. A structured interview and a questionnaire have been utilised. The results of the empirical study prove that an absolute, positive correlation exists between the level of effectiveness of the affirmative action strategies and the average level of job satisfaction of the affirmative action beneficiaries. The result is confirmed by the scores on the majority of the dimensions in the job satisfaction questionnaire resulting in having a high correlation with the affirmative action effectiveness. These results are further substantiated by the outcome of an analysis concerning the distribution of the average job satisfaction scores of the affirmative action beneficiaries. The results substantiate the theoretical assumptions regarding the association between affirmative action effectiveness and the job satisfaction of the employees.

 

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Author Marx M
URL http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11892/140063
Date Accessioned 2016-09-22T11:53:02Z
Date Available 2016-09-22T11:53:02Z
Date Created 1995
Identifier URL 1999
Language English
Subject Psychology
Subject 2 Psychology
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Degree Type Masters degree
Degree Description  MCom