Employees in companies represent a key source of success in an individual company. Care for employees represents the basis for creative, productive and successful work.
In the diploma thesis we analyze the satisfaction of the employees of the organization in question. In the theoretical part, we describe factors that influence both satisfaction and employee dissatisfaction. In the theoretical part, the methods described (descriptors, classifications, compilations and comparative method) describe the facts, presented concepts and factors, and summarize the findings, findings and results of foreign and domestic authors.
In the research work, a survey is conducted among the employees of the organization in question using a survey questionnaire. The purpose of the research was based on obtaining a picture of the existing situation and analyzing the satisfaction of the employees in the organization. A survey questionnaire was used to conduct the survey. The processing, collection and analysis of findings were based on the drawing and output of answers using the Excel computer program. Most of the results are presented in the form of frequency distributions, and for questions with the evaluation scale, the calculated mean values (median, modus and arithmetic mean) and standard deviation.
The findings show that almost half of the participants are dissatisfied. They showed their dissatisfaction with being unhappy in the current service, they are not sure if the organization would recommend others, they are not rewarded for their own devotion to work, they are dissatisfied with salary, leadership, education and training opportunities, and with the possibility of career advancement and career growth. Therefore, it is recommended that the organization devote more attention to motivating, rewarding and promoting the personal development of employees. Employees are eager for education, training, promotion, indicating that they want to grow and be more successful. The organization will have to help them, otherwise they may be threatened to leave the post as soon as they have a chance to work in another organization.