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The Effect of Job Motivation on Job Satisfaction, the Moderating Role of Extraversion: A Case Study of Employees in the Ministry of Information and National Guidance in Somalia

Project Title: The Effect of Job Motivation on Job Satisfaction, the Moderating Role of Extraversion: A Case Study of Employees in the Ministry of Information and National Guidance in Somalia
Author: Mr. Bile Nor Gedi
Advisor: Dr. Tanakorn Limsarun
Degree: Master of Business Administration (International Program)
Major: Financial and Bank Management
Faculty: Graduate Schools
Academic year: 2020
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Conference
International Conference on Economics, Business And Interdisciplinary Studies (ICEBIS 2019) 5 October 2019

Citation

Gedi, Bile Nor. (2020). The effect of job motivation on job satisfaction, the moderating role of extraversion: A case study of employees in the ministry of information and national guidance in Somalia. (Independent study, Master of Business Administration). Bangkok: Siam University.


Abstract

In today’s business world, human capital is one of the most important assets of the organizations that can generate a competitive advantage and better performance. Satisfied and motivated employees are required in all organizations to safeguard the organization’s performance and goals. There are numerous reasons why employee motivation is important, because it allows the management to meet the company’s goals. Without motivated employees, organizations could be faced with continuous risk. The objective of this study is to present the effect of job motivation on job satisfaction the moderating role of extraversion. With a case study of employees in the Ministry of Information and National Guidance in Somalia Employee’s motivation is an important aspect of organizational processes. Although personality of the employees can be different from one another, the uniqueness of the employees can create huge influence on organization’s goal, it is organization’s duty to determine how to motivate their employees in order to have satisfied employees also to discover their personality. The study is conducted using the quantitative methods. Online questionnaires are distributed to the employees of the Ministry of Information and National Guidance, data analysis has been through the use of statistical instrument. The findings of the study show that job motivation has positive effect on job satisfaction, the findings of the study also find that extraversion and job satisfaction have positive association, the overall results of this study can be used to increase the policies and management style in the Ministry of Information and National Guidance to maintain the employee’s satisfaction and the performance of the organization.


The Effect of Job Motivation on Job Satisfaction, the Moderating Role of Extraversion: A Case Study of Employees in the Ministry of Information and National Guidance in Somalia

Master of Business Administration (International Program), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand

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