A brief review of the factors affecting job satisfaction of employees is summarized in the following paragraph Lahiri & Srivastava (1967) cited that responsibility, domestic life, accomplishment, job security and utilization of abilities on the job were the top five factors contributing to the job satisfaction of supervisors. Sawlapurkar et al (1968) said that job contents, opportunity for advancement, salary promotion and responsibility and interpersonal relations were top five factors, Padaki & Dolke (1970) said recognition, achievement, salary, promotion and responsibility were the top five factors whish led job satisfaction for managers and supervisors.. Pestonjee & Basu (1972) said that liking for work, autonomy, responsibility domestic life and work condition were the top factors that led to the satisfaction from job.

Pestonjee & Basu (1972) found that domestic life, liking for work, friendliness with supervisors, best use of abilities and relationship with the co- workers were the top five factors. Singhal & Upadyya (1972) said that opportunity for promotion, job security, working condition, work group and opportunity for growth led job satisfaction. Kumar, Singh & Verma (1981) found that use of abilities, responsibility, home life, recognition and working conditions were the top five factors that led to job satisfaction level of employees. Pareek & Keshato (1981) found that nature of work, adequate earning, responsibility & independence, respect & recognition and achievement were the top five factors contributing to the job satisfaction of managers and supervisors. Lal & Bhardwaj (1981) found that relation with co-workers, responsibility, relation with supervisor, supervisors help in work and work itself were the top five factor for job satisfaction. Sinha & Singh (1961) cited that knowledge utilization, recognition, challenge, peaceful life and freedom are top five factors for job satisfaction.

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