Document Type Master's Dissertation Author Tabane, Ramaesela Dorcas Tshepisho URN etd-08052012-114459 Document Title Job satisfaction in virtual and face-to-face teams for multiple generations in the workplace Degree MBA Department Gordon Institute of Business Science Supervisor
Advisor Name Title Prof S Bluen Supervisor Keywords
- job satisfaction
- virtual teams
- multiple generations
Date 2012-03-08 Availability unrestricted AbstractThe main theme of the research was to investigate associations between levels of job satisfaction in virtual and face-to-face to teams for multiple generations. Using quantitative techniques to test hypotheses, the study found that there are no significant differences between how multiple generations feel about job satisfaction. In addition, there was no evidence to suggest that there is a significant difference in levels of job satisfaction for multiple generations in different work teams. The level of utilisation of technology does not influence the levels of job satisfaction differently for multiple generations.
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