The IUP Journal of Management Research
Impact of Job Satisfaction on Employee Performance: A Study with Reference to Biblical Management Principles

Article Details
Pub. Date : April, 2023
Product Name : The IUP Journal of Management Research
Product Type : Article
Product Code : IJMR030423
Author Name : Diwakar Prahaladaia, Udayakumar H M and Mukesh Soni
Availability : YES
Subject/Domain : Arts & Humanities
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No. of Pages : 13



The paper examines the relationship between job satisfaction and employee performance. The study adopted qualitative and quantitative research methods based on a survey conducted among the employees of IT MNCs (Multinational Corporations) in Bengaluru. Through systematic literature review and textual analysis, the study explores the principles of Human Resource Management (HRM) in an organization and employee job satisfaction and performance. It found that there is an impact of job satisfaction on employee performance and that a significant correlation exists. The study also cites strategies from the Bible in this regard. The analysis brings out the importance of holistic approach in the organizations for its growth and development.


Human Resource Management (HRM) or people management is an essential part of any employer or organization. "Human Resource Management (HRM) is important in organizations, which facilitates the effective use of people to achieve organizational and individual goals" (Hashim, 2009). Employees' motivation, commitment, resolving conflicts, performance evaluation, employee rewards, and employee retention are all critical areas addressed by HRM. Essentially, people make an organization. If good people are lost, the organization is lost. The global trend shows that a microbusiness organization can have employees, consultants, and other stakeholders engaging in spreading the business across several countries. The motivation of the employees and commitment towards the organization are correlated with the rewards and benefits from the employer and