Effect of Religious Diversity on Job Satisfaction of Selected Manufacturing Firms in Nigeria
Ikechi Chidi Ekpendu, Ph.D; Egbuta, Olive Ph.D; Ikechi-Ekpendu, Chioma Ph.D.

Religious diversity at the point when not supervised is an upsetting certainty in any association as long as individuals vie for employments, assets, power, acknowledgment and security and this has prompted strife in the firm. The assorted variety experienced particularly in work environment condition, are basically a continuation of religious opinions among businesses or the specialists in the firms. This paper examined the effect of religious diversity on job satisfaction of employees of selected manufacturing companies in Nigeria. The paper adopted the survey research design through quantitative research approach. Primary data was used through the administration of questionnaires. 200 copies of questionnaire were administered to employees of the selected manufacturing companies. Findings reveal that religious diversity significantly affects job satisfaction (R = 0.263, Adj. R2 = 0.081, p < 0.05, F = 11.497). It was found that religious diversity significantly affect job satisfaction of employees of selected firms in Nigeria. The paper suggests that care of the employees by the management is one of the ways of achieving job satisfaction in an organization.

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