How can you achieve job satisfaction whether you are as a manager or as an employee?
There isn't a major difference in job satisfaction whether you are an employee (on the floor) or a top manager (btw I have been both).
In either case you have to perform your best!
But you will of course make mistakes (unless you are very lazy, and do very little). You will achieve job satisfaction if you yourself are observant on what you did well, and what you did not so well.
Satisfaction never depends on the designation, Its just, how far we will be able to finish our task in a right manner.
In every job, we will have some risks and hardships, if we can handle those situations, they we will have job satisfaction. Even, A manager is an employee of a company.
I truly believe that you get back depending on how much you give. When you give, do it lightheartedly as part of your commitment. I have been an employee and a manager and I am happiest when I have given so much during the day. When you cannot anymore give full commitment, there is no use sticking to the job. You will only make yourself unhappy. There are always challenges in every job and there are times when some decisions and actions will not make us happy but these are things we need to learn to manage as they are everyday fare in almost any organization. Give much and you will get back much.
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