Right:         Wrong:   

Job satisfaction




Click the box to see the possible answers.

Many of the jobs in industry are routine. Working on an assembly line, for example, day after day and year after year can be a very boring task. The employee performs the same movements again and again with little interest in the finished product, and perhaps with little to communicate with his workers. There is any job satisfaction and the results can be high absenteeism, work and even sabotage and strikes.
Employers have tried various methods to improve their workers' motivation. Monetary schemes are offered to increase the workers' wages, and benefits such as social clubs, canteen and sickness and pension schemes are used to stimulate job satisfaction and loyalty to the company.