Case Study SAS Observation On Job Satisfaction In US

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Leading BusinessOrganisations
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3PART A...........................................................................................................................................3A.1...............................................................................................................................................3A.2...............................................................................................................................................5A.3...............................................................................................................................................7PART B............................................................................................................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES .............................................................................................................................10
INTRODUCTIONLeading business organisation means when the company has to grow at that timemanagement take various initiatives for the same. In addition to that all that effort that is done bythe management end's that leads to grow towards the growth. As per the given scenario presentreport is based on the SAS that already became the best place of the world where they work freeas well as great infrastructure. In this case study SAS observe that most of the U.S employee arenot happy with their job. As per the ratio in the US only 30% people are satisfied with their job.In this case they all are not focus on the high pays because high pay are not important but thelevel of satisfaction create matter. After all that SAS develop a institute that leads to play ainfrastructure that ding various services in worldwide (Benn, Dunphy and Griffiths, 2014). SAS is a company who develop their software with perfect quality as well as their goodexperience with the same. In 2008 SAS observe that their customer are now not interested intheir products. It is quite sure that it is impacted on the software industries. In this companyhaving their 23 year record that earn profit and now it leads towards the end. At the age of 70,now goodnight want to develop strategic-plan with various ideas and innovations. He focus onthe cutting cost from their competitors and in this they focus on the high level of work esteem.Individual develop a software that inspire workforce in a effective manner. Now softwarebecome effective as well now individual can concern with the same and goodnight become fortyseventh richest management in the America. For this SAS business owner and its managementdoing the best work that leads to the better growth. In this they use a better leadership style thatleads to the work in a effective manner (Belschak, Den Hartog and Kalshoven, 2015). PART AA.1When a company is on the growing stage at that movement company have to want theiremployee support towards the goal achievement. As per the given scenario management concernwith the employee expectoration also. In the below section SAS management use a systematicmotivation step by step that leads to inspire their employee in a effective manner. Motivation conceptIn this management of SAS has to clear the concept of the motivation in which they focuson the various points such as work balance, attitude towards the work and satisfaction of
employee. All above things will leads to manage their work in a effective manner. They has touse motivation theory and model to develop the skills of the employee so that it impact on thecustomer and its satisfaction level. Here various theories are listed below that cover all themotivation parts in the organisation (Leadership Theories . 2016).Herzberg's Two-Factor TheoryThis two-factor theory of motivation based on two employee who they are ready to hardwork and the another who never want to do hard work in the organisation. SAS having seriousproblem in which they have to focus on the working quality so that it assist to manage the workin a effective manner.Motivate factor: In this situation SAS want to support on employee sides so that they hasto focus on the motivation of the employee. In which management of SAS focus on the bestworking but it is also included level of enjoyment with the work as well as employee positioningin work.Hygiene factor: In this point HR manage motivate all that employee who aredemotivated as well as various factors. So that employee become capable towards the work. Inwhich salary issues as well as better relationship included in this. When the SAS use all abovethings leads to the better co-ordination in the working criteria. SAS has to apply it to theworkplace so the result is about fair pay and good working condition (5 Psychological Theoriesof Motivation to Increase Productivity. 2016).Maslow’s Hierarchy of NeedsIn this point management concern with the needs of the employee in which if their needsbecome full fill so that it leads to enhance the level of satisfaction in the workplace. In additionto that five steps are listed below that assist to enhance the better creative in the products as wellits effectiveness towards the same.Physiological needs of the employee: In this SAS focus on their basic needs from the jobthat only is that they has to accomplish their basic needs and for this individual are ready to workwith the passion (Parker, 2014).Safety: A employee always suffer from the fear level from the company's end. In thismanagement of SAS ensure to their employee that they are capable towards the financial securewith the organisation. In addition to that this will assist to manage the work with thepositiveness.

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