This research is aimed at providing an objective evaluation of the contributions of technological advancement towards the job satisfaction of secretaries. During the course of the study, some related works of many renowned authors and eminent scholars were reviewed.
The bulk of information required for this study was gathered through various data collection methods. Prominent amongst them was the questionnaire method. Others were personal observations and discussion.
The population comprises of 200 respondents constituted by secretaries, managers head of departments principal consultants in both private and public organizations.
Data collected were analyzed and findings based on the analyses were interpreted therein. The analyses were made according to the research question. There were also a summary of data analyses and discussions n them.
Besides, there were summary and conclusions on the whole work and recommendations based on the findings, some of which were:
-That since the secretaries productivity ties on the adequacy of office machines, organizations should endeavor to adequately provide them with necessary modern office machines. That in order to reduce the rate of war and tear of machines man these machines. Effectively, employers are advised not to relent in their efforts to sending their secretaries for further training. This study will be of great benefits to secretaries as it will create tremendous impact on the standard of performance of their duties, to employers who are yet to take decisions as to whether or not to automate their offices, and to the suppliers of office machines and equipment as it will provide them with the much desired feed back to the effectiveness and acceptability of their products.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF TABLES
1.1 Background of the Study
1.2 Statement of the Problems
1.3 The Purpose of the Study
1.4 Scope of the Study
1.5 Research Questions
1.6 Significance of Terms
1.7 Definition of Terms
2.0Review of Related Literature
3.1 Area of the Study
3.2Population For the Study
3.3Sample and Sampling Procedure
3.4Instrument For data collection
3.5Validity of the Instrument
3.6Reliability of the Instrument
3.7Method of Administration of the Instrument.
3.8Method of Data Analysis.
5.0Data Presentation and Results.
6.0Discussion, Conclusion and Recommendation.
5.1 Discussion of Findings
5.4Suggestion for Further Study
5.5Limitation of the Study.
LIST OF TABLES
2.Administration and retrieval of questionnaire
3.Level at which offices are equipped.
4.Plans for the provisions of the modern machines
5.Nature of urgency of the plans to provide the modern machines.
6.The mean score of the efforts of some modern office machines on the productivity of secretaries.
7.Some contribution of HI-tech machines.
8.Modern machines and the skill secretaries.
9.The interference of modern machine and job satisfaction of secretaries.
10.Mean score of the level of job dissatisfaction of some secretaries as a result of the interference of some Hi-tech.
11.Consultation of secretaries by boss before purchases.
12.Level of acceptability of modern machines among secretaries.
13.Adequacy of the orientation and training of secretaries.
14.Training and retraining of secretaries.
15.Maintenance structure commonly used.
17.Maintenance services and job performance of secretaries.
18.Automation and the secretary’s office.
19.Modern machines and job opportunities of secretaries.
20.Adequacy of the remuneration of secretary.