Influence of Organizational Climate on Job Satisfaction in Bosnia and Herzegovina Companies

Zijada Rahimic

Abstract


The aim of this paper is to analyze the importance and impact intensity of different dimensions of organizational climate in terms of satisfaction, and thus employee motivation and performance in companies across Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). A particular challenge in this paper was to investigate whether there are differences in the importance of certain dimensions of organizational culture for job satisfaction of male and/or female participants, as well as differences in relation to the position in the organizational hierarchy. This paper examines the hypothesis that employees on the top of the organizational hierarchy have a more positive opinion about the organization. Organizations that take steps to monitor and control the organizational climate directly or indirectly exert influence on the efficiency and productivity, as well as the capacity for innovation and job satisfaction, but also and other attitudes towards the work of its employees. The research on the effect of organizational climate on job satisfaction in BiH is essential, notably in terms of BiH’s specific business enviroment which dwells in a transition period and under complicated political and economic systems.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v6n3p129

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