AJIBM  Vol.8 No.1 , January 2018
The Impact of Organizational Culture on Employee’s Satisfaction at the Jordanian Company of Investments “Safeway”
Abstract: This paper mainly studies a Safeway store” as a field study. Generally, job satisfaction is the main engine for all operations implemented in any business organization. In addition, communication among all the employees encourages on achieving cooperation and the planned aims highly and efficiently. So, organizations are interested in achieving the satisfaction of the employees in a way gains in growth, benefits, maintaining a good competitive position and achieving excellence in its performance. The Jordanian companies for investment and supply must pay attention to the elements and factors of organizational culture in which they coordinate all activities and procedures to execute all needs and requirements of the employees. Therefore, the problem of the study is to identify role playing by the organizational culture and its impact on job satisfaction in the Jordanian companies of investment and supplies.
Cite this paper: Khadar, B. (2018) The Impact of Organizational Culture on Employee’s Satisfaction at the Jordanian Company of Investments “Safeway”. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 8, 13-26. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2018.81002.

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