A Field Study of the Impact of Job Satisfaction on Organizational Loyalty to Workers Sonelgaz for the Distribution of Gas and Electricity Rural Béchar in Algeria
ABDELJALIL MOKADDEM , ILYES SLIMANI , SOUAD DOULI
This study aims to highlight the impact of job satisfaction on organizational loyalty at the level of Sonelgaz Foundation for the distribution of gas and electricity, "rustic" Bashar which represents a study population enterprise workers was selected a sample of them, but the completion of this study has been prepared consisting of a three-part questionnaire devoted the first part of personal information, and part the second respect to job satisfaction, and the third part regards loyalty organizational, has been tested this effect, where the results of the study indicated that the impact of job satisfaction on organizational loyalty when Sonelgaz "rustic" high institution workers, and there are significant differences between the independent variables differences (financial incentive, business climate, promotion and the dependent variable (organizational) loyalty.
job satisfaction, organizational loyalty, financial incentive, promotion, social relations, work climate..
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[ABDELJALIL MOKADDEM , ILYES SLIMANI , SOUAD DOULI (2017) A Field Study of the Impact of Job Satisfaction on Organizational Loyalty to Workers Sonelgaz for the Distribution of Gas and Electricity Rural Béchar in Algeria IJIREM Vol-4 Issue-1 Page No-564-568] (ISSN 2350 - 0557). www.ijirem.org
Laboratory of Study Economics & Development Local In South west of Algeria Department of Management University of Béchar, Algeria,