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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Dyakova
Determinants of Job Satisfaction among Russian Civil Servants
Public Administration
(Master’s programme)
2019
The present research belongs to an evolving branch of studies in the sphere of human resources management in public sector. There are numerous researches of job satisfaction among civil servants. However, the studies of job satisfaction in Russia are not based on regression analysis. The general purpose of this study is to find relationships between Russian civil servants’ job satisfaction and the range of material incentives and intangible factors and determine the instruments of motivational policy for public organizations. Moreover, in this study the core results were received from the survey conducted by WCIOM in 2017. Firstly, according to the regression analysis, the positive perception of intangible work aspects such as interesting job, public benefit, creative activity, prestige, experience and job security causes the greatest increase of job satisfaction. Secondly, results showed that the higher is satisfaction with material incentives, the higher is job satisfaction. Thirdly, it should be noted that interpersonal relationships also strongly affect civil servants’ job satisfaction. Overall, the results of analyzing factors affecting civil servants’ job satisfaction would be possible incorporated in motivational policy of public organization and contributed to the future investigations.

Key words: job satisfaction, civil servants, stimulation, incentives, motivational policy

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