Targeted programmes are another kind of interventions that can have a salutary impact on poverty amelioration. In order to enhance employment creation activities, Bangladesh should launch targeted programmes such as package programme for underdeveloped or backward areas or communities. Programmes for income-generating activities encompassing matters like training, credit and marketing, schemes of transfer payments to help the poor and the disadvantaged need to be enhanced. Bangladesh needs opportunities for employment and for income-generating activities. The government and the NGOs working in Bangladesh should undertake the two programmes widely for income generation poor people can be provided with some credit in the form of working capital for whatever they are used to doing.
This study focused on the factors that affected job satisfaction in Banks; the central objective of this study was to establish the impact of the chosen variables: work conditions, pay, fairness and promotion, and relationships on employee job satisfaction in Banks. A literature survey was made to form the theoretical premises for the study. The rationale for the study was simply an observation that some employees seem better adjusted and happier at work and are able to cope well with the demands of the working environment while others are not. Another observation is that management seems not to be aware of what motivates their subordinates and to strategically utilize those motivational tools to maintain high levels of job satisfaction, high productivity, and morale. Employees for the financial institute are younger, mostly married, with a high level of education, and short years of work experience; there are 9 general factors affecting employee job satisfaction in Bank, which are: work conditions, fairness, promotion, pay, education level, marriage, age and gender, and work experience. There are 4 key factors affecting employee’s job satisfaction in Bank: they are work condition, pay, fairness, and promotion. These four factors are most important in employee job satisfaction. Other individual factors do not have a significant effect on Banks. These factors include having a small effect on job satisfaction in Banks.