QCL-15-v4_PARETO DIAGRAM_Banasthali Vidyapith_Pryansi Gupta
Pareto diagram on Employees dissatisfaction
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Pareto diagram on
Pareto analysis is a creative way of looking at causes of
problems because it helps stimulate thinking and
This technique helps to
identify the top 20% of
causes that needs to be
addressed to resolve
the 80% of the
Problem Cause Score
1. Job insecurity Competitive
2 Communication with
Lack of clear
3 Underpaid Lagging behind
4 Benefits Lack of perks at
5 Lack of interest Work is not
6 Career development Not giving
opportunity to grow
7 Lack of leadership qualities Mismanagement 9
8 Work load Much red tape 6
16 9 6
In present era where competitive pressure among the employees is high the
condition which persists is that there are larger number of employers for a particular
post rather than the vacancy.
Due to either introvert nature or because of lack of clear understanding,
employees find it difficult to communicate with their supervisorswhich directly or
indirectlyaffect their work.
Due to inflation employees need to stretchtheir dollar further to buy higher-
priced goods and services.Not only must employees deal with stagnant
wages but also high costs for health insurance.The stressof paying bills with
limited income causesmany workers to feel dissatisfiedwith their jobs.
True' perks have little or no cash value or tax implicationsand may include
company car, vacations, reserved parking space,spaciousoffice, private
dining and washroom facilities,etc.
While working in the job , people commonly are unsatisfiedby the lesserperks which
affect their financial growth
LACK OF INTEREST:
Today everyone focus on getting best job suited according to their interest but because
of getting less opportunity in that particular field they are forced to work in the places
where they don’t have interestand so they are unsatisfied.
A lack of career growth and advancementis another reason why workers are
dissatisfiedat their jobs. Employees who feel stuck in their job position are
less motivated to maintain high productivity than those who do not. Workers
feel valued when employers include them in their long-term plans and show
their appreciation through promotions. Employees who move up in an
organizationand receive just compensation to reflect their title and
responsibility changesusually commit themselvesto the company for the
Poor management can ruin even the most passionateand well-paid employees love
for their job i.e. if the boss doesn’t directs their employers with frank nature , then
job becomes headache.
Inspite of the fixed working hours in every sought of job , employers now a days are
burdened with so much work that they are forced to work extra ,hence they feel that
their job is a hectic work for them.