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Factors Affecting Job Satisfaction, Motivation and Turnover Rate of Medical Promotion Officer (mpo) in Pharmaceutical Industry: a Study Based in Khulna City


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2 Distribution & Retail Sales, Grameen phone Limited, Khulna, Bangladesh
 

Due to the fast growing of the pharmaceutical sector, the demand of medicine is mostly fulfilled by the local industry. In the local market, the medicines are distributed and marketed by the Medical Promotion Officers (MPOs). The main objective of the study is to find out the job satisfaction, motivation and turnover factors of MPOs. Along with different reports, it is conducted direct field survey to the 40 (forty) MPOs of different pharmaceutical companies in the Khulna City. Likert Scale, based on five points, is used for data collecting. It is found that the most of the MPOs are not satisfied with their jobs and for this they are not motivated and for this their turnover tendency is high. The MPOs are dissatisfied with their job security, social status, working load, visit to retailers' shop, sales target, no room for family, not getting the retirement benefit and not getting the family insurance support. And finally there is given suggestion by the force field analysis model for removing the restraining/negative forces factors for reducing the turnover rate. Also there is also mentioned the driving/positive forces factors for omitting the turnover rate.

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Medical Promotion Officer (MPO), Job Satisfaction, Motivation, Turnover Factor, Force Field Analysis Model
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  • Factors Affecting Job Satisfaction, Motivation and Turnover Rate of Medical Promotion Officer (mpo) in Pharmaceutical Industry: a Study Based in Khulna City

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Tanvir Alam
No Affiliation given, Bangladesh
Md. Shahi
Distribution & Retail Sales, Grameen phone Limited, Khulna, Bangladesh

Abstract


Due to the fast growing of the pharmaceutical sector, the demand of medicine is mostly fulfilled by the local industry. In the local market, the medicines are distributed and marketed by the Medical Promotion Officers (MPOs). The main objective of the study is to find out the job satisfaction, motivation and turnover factors of MPOs. Along with different reports, it is conducted direct field survey to the 40 (forty) MPOs of different pharmaceutical companies in the Khulna City. Likert Scale, based on five points, is used for data collecting. It is found that the most of the MPOs are not satisfied with their jobs and for this they are not motivated and for this their turnover tendency is high. The MPOs are dissatisfied with their job security, social status, working load, visit to retailers' shop, sales target, no room for family, not getting the retirement benefit and not getting the family insurance support. And finally there is given suggestion by the force field analysis model for removing the restraining/negative forces factors for reducing the turnover rate. Also there is also mentioned the driving/positive forces factors for omitting the turnover rate.

Keywords


Medical Promotion Officer (MPO), Job Satisfaction, Motivation, Turnover Factor, Force Field Analysis Model