Organizations expect involvement and commitment from their workforce to create esprit de corps for the realization of corporate as well as individual objectives. However, worker’s attitude (involvement and commitment) depends on his/her satisfaction from different aspects of the organization as related to the employees. Employee’s satisfaction or ‘Job Satisfaction’ therefore determines the degree to which a worker will be involved in and committed to any job/work. Several organizational dimensions have been identified as the predictors of job satisfaction but pay, work, supervision, promotion, work environment and co-workers are widely researched independent variables that have been studied over and over again (job-related factors). In the background of these instant variables, organizational structure, policies and broader social context play dominant role in the variation of job satisfaction (organization related variables). Finally, the personal characteristics of employees are also responsible to explain the job satisfaction of the workers in any organization (personal features).