Change Management Effect On Employees Satisfaction

Noreen Hassan, Dr Nizamuddin Channa, Dr Intzar Ali Lashari

Abstract


The word “change” always seems alarming for the employees of organizations as well as for top management too. As the workers assume that change creates workload in the place of work. For every organization it is important that on priority and continuity basis that their leaders should understand the reason behind the change and then implement the modified and upgrade version accordingly. The main objective of this research is to find out the acceptance intensity of change management in public and private universities of Hyderabad & Jamshoro district. This research is conducted to find out the effectiveness and relationship of change management & the satisfaction level of employees. For this, the data were gathered through questionnaires and the Stratified probability sampling technique from 240 male and female members of the organization. Correlation, Mann-Whitney Test and One-way ANOVA techniques were applied to analyze the data. The finding indicates that there is positive impact of change management practices in public organizations as compare to private concern. Change is needed to be explained and understood by the employees as an outcome it will increase in satisfaction level of the employees. It was also found that change acceptance is more preferred by male employees in comparison to females. Whereas people with high qualification and skills and experience showed greater interest in launching change program and doing something unique, modernize and effective.

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