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Influence of the Job Performance upon the Hair beautician`s Job Satisfaction
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 Title & Authors
Influence of the Job Performance upon the Hair beautician`s Job Satisfaction
Bang, Hee-Bong;
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 Abstract
This study was implemented to amass and analyze the data from 500 Seoul district beauty shop workers, which came from the use of the SPSS18.0. The statistical analysis was conducted through frequency for demographic characteristics, validity for factors analysis by using Varimax rotation, and reliability for Cronbach`s alpha coefficient.. Also, the analysis was once again analyzed through the Pearson correlation coefficient, where our hypothesis was proven through regression analysis. Our research results have shown that, first, job satisfaction and job performance differed over matters like gender, age, education level, employment conditions, job category, overall work experience, daily work hours, and monthly income. Second, job satisfaction was shown to have a significant influence on job performance, where higher job satisfaction levels led to higher job performance. Thus, job satisfaction was a great factor to increase job performance by fulfilling their needs level. Also, they would act more positive and future-oriented when they have special needs like motivate achievement, wage, promotion, and reward. Therefore, managerial staff should continually develop any programs in order to upgrade beautician`s job performance through their job satisfaction.
 Keywords
Co-Worker;Job Performance;Job Satisfaction;Job Skills;Job Value;Promotion;Superior;
 Language
Korean
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