[sbinews] Indian Executive dissatisfied?

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  • Date: Sat, 13 Dec 2003 07:03:00 +0500

India, Inc's execs a dissatisfied lot

NEW DELHI: The Indian corporate executive is a dissatisfied one. And even 
though the job market seems to be improving, absence of real opportunities is 
forcing the dissatisfied Indian executive to value job security over job 

According to an Employee Vulnerable Study by NFO India, executives in 
traditional sectors like manufacturing and engineering are more dissatisfied 
than their New Economy counterparts. 

This is largely because of lack of internal opportunities, low compensations, 
few new learning opportunities and job content. 

While the traditional economy workers are more prone to look for other 
opportunities, the study finds that corporate executives in India are 
vulnerable irrespective of the industry they are in. (Are you happy with your 

The fact is that barely two out of every 10 persons are satisfied with their 
job. In areas like IT, telecom and financial services, employees have a greater 
choice and are therefore more satisfied. 
Interestingly, the worker dissatisfaction revealed by the study mirrors the 
findings of the Walker Loyalty Report for loyalty in the workplace in the US. 
The good news is that satisfaction levels are up from August 2001, when the 
previous survey was conducted. 

In India, across various sectors, lack of internal growth opportunities figures 
as a key reason for employee dissatisfaction. Unlike in the US, compensation 
and benefits is another key factor. However, in the engineering, manufacturing 
and PSU sectors, compensation is not a driver. 

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