Loading

AN INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE EMPOWERMENT WHICH ENHANCE JOB SATISFACTION WITHIN AIRLINE INDUSTRY UK; THE BRITISH AIRWAYS

Harvard, 2500 Words

Table of Contents

1        Introduction

1.1        Rationale of this study

1.2        Research Aims

1.3        Research Objectives

1.4        Research Questions

1.5        Research Hypothesis

2        Literature Review

2.1        Employee Engagement

2.2        Job satisfaction

2.3        Leadership support

2.4        Empowerment

2.5        Conceptual Framework

3        Research Methodology

3.1        Research Approach

3.2        Data Collection Method

3.3        Sampling Method

3.4        Accessibility Issues

3.5        Ethical Issues

3.6        Anticipated Findings

4        Research Timetable

5        Conclusions

6        References

 

                                        

1        Introduction

Employee empowerment is boosting the employees with the power to make decisions with little intercession of the higher level management. In order to assure the maximum satisfaction to the customers, the employees are enrolled with the decision making power at their own accord. For any kind of business organization, reinforcing productivity is a must to attain the highest possible success.  Therefore, employee empowerment is an essential mechanism to achieve the major goals of the organization. Employees are considered nowadays as an asset to the organization and they are the one who can form or crack the organization. Thus enhancing employee engagement and job satisfaction are enticing outcomes of every organization (Sommerville, 2007). Employee engagement and job satisfaction plays a great role in diminishing the turnover rate. As a result, they concentrate fully on their work and perform better to ensure customer loyalty which is an essential requirement for organization’s success.