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A study of job factors as satisfiers and dissatisfiers of members of the National Association of Directors of Christian Education Public Deposited

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  • The primary purpose of this study was to test the conventional view of job factors as satisfiers and dissatisfiers of members of the National Association of Directors of Christian Education. The conventional view stated that all job factors can potentially contribute to job satisfaction and to job dissatisfaction. A second view, known as the motivation-hygiene view, stated that factors that dealt with the job itself can lead only to job satisfaction and factors that dealt with the job environment can lead only to job dissatisfaction. A literature review provided information that supported both perspectives. Two questionnaires developed by Friedlander (1964) were used to measure eighteen job factors as satisfiers and dissatisfiers. One hundred and four subjects provided answers for the two questionnaires which were analyzed with an ANOVA F statistic and with the Least Significant Difference test. The results revealed that some of the job factors that dealt with the work itself and with the job environment contributed to both job satisfaction and job dissatisfaction. The conventional view of job factors as satisfiers and dissatisfiers was fully supported.
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