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Critical success factors affecting job satisfaction in construction projects: A case of Pakistani workers

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posted on 2023-02-16, 02:46 authored by SH Khahro, TH Ali, Fida Hussain SiddiquiFida Hussain Siddiqui, AR Khoso
Advancement in urban life made construction industry as a key industry for the overall development of countries through world. Apart from other features, it is known as one of the labour intensive industry due to significant contribution in the skilled, semi skilled and unskilled jobs. It has been reported that job satisfaction is an essential factor for successful project. There is direct relation between job satisfaction and production. The workers of this industry feel less job satisfaction, which deters job production. Thus, it is vital to investigate critical success factors and shape those factors to construct job satisfaction culture to improve job production. Qualitative analysis has been made in this study to identify the factors improving job satisfaction. Relative importance weight method has been used to analyze the data. This study also evaluates the current job satisfaction level of the workers. It has been analyzed that organization management, salary, policies & facilities, supervision, social security and opportunity of Growth are essential factors enhancing job satisfaction level of the worker. This approach helps in improving workers satisfaction level during work. This will also help the stakeholders of construction projects to make more informed decisions and prepare teams for upcoming challenges in construction projects.

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Journal

International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology

Volume

7

Pagination

507-513

Location

Tamilnadu, India

ISSN

0976-6308

eISSN

0976-6316

Language

eng

Issue

6

Publisher

IAEME Publications

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