Analysis on The Influence of Salary Level and Employee Satisfaction
Keywords:Salary level, employee satisfaction, democracy
Enterprise salary level has a positive impact on employee satisfaction. However, with the development of society and the progress of the times, the status of enterprise salary level in many dimensions of influencing employee satisfaction is gradually declining. It is not difficult to find that most employees are dissatisfied with the salary level. This paper studies the relationship between salary level and employee satisfaction. The imbalance of salary and good growth working environment played significant roles on employee satisfaction. This study suggested that human resource management improve employees' salary satisfaction by pay attention to employees' salary satisfaction and give full of democracy to ensure smooth communication between two parties.
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