Haliza Mohd Said1*, Roslan Mohd Rose1, Mohamad Fairol Saliken1, Mohamad Sharif Mok Som1, Ibrahim Surib1.

1Asia Graduate School of Business, UNITAR International University, Malaysia

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of motivation factors towards job satisfaction among staff in a property developer organization. The findings in this study are based on the questionnaire distributed among employees of Zenith Corporation (actual name is not disclosed due to confidentiality). The research used purposive sampling of 200 employees in Zenith Corporation. Data were collected through a close-ended questionnaire and an open-ended questionnaire using a Likert scale. Respondents represented various departments, including managerial and supporting level. The data were then analyzed using SPSS software. Results have shown that supervisor support, career development and working environment have a significant impact towards employees’ job satisfaction in Zenith Corporation. On the contrary, pay and benefit has no significant influence towards job satisfaction.


Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Motivation, Pay and Benefits, Supervisor Support, Career Development and Working Environment.



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