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Synonyms for satisfaction

Synonyms for satisfaction

Synonyms for satisfaction

the contentment one feels when one has fulfilled a desire, need, or expectation

state of being gratified or satisfied

(law) the payment of a debt or fulfillment of an obligation

act of fulfilling a desire or need or appetite

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17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --UnitedHealthcare ranks highest in customer satisfaction with vision plan carriers, performing particularly well in the coverage, cost and communication factors, according to the J.
Their results demonstrated that the social interaction group outperformed the other groups (including collaborative and academic groups), and the collaborative interaction group expressed the highest level of satisfaction with their learning process.
For true culture change, the dominant culture should include a reliable process to define, measure, and deliver a high level of individual resident and family satisfaction.
The retired professors were surveyed in 1999, and the results of the survey indicated that the professors' postretirement work was related to their retirement satisfaction and to their overall life satisfaction.
Methods of determining patient satisfaction have been the subject of a fair amount of study and comment, and several measurement instruments have been developed.
A change in this image of satisfaction occurred with the Protestant Reformers.
The results were troubling, Rohr says, because they indicated a downward trend in employee satisfaction.
Increased participation of consumers in the research and exploration of more meaningful means of arriving at their opinions has been suggested by many experts in the consumer satisfaction area as viable research options (e.
Mitch Bohn, partner and sales manager at Saturn of Thousand Oaks, said his dealership ``never, ever'' pressures a customer and makes sure any problems that arise are resolved to the customer's satisfaction as quickly as possible.
s doctors, nurses, and patients helped provide input as to what type of questions would be most beneficial towards the goal of providing information for assessing the quality of care of the group's patients and their satisfaction of services.
Accordingly, the new wording did not affect significantly bankers' perceptions of auditors or the integrity of the financial statements or their overall satisfaction with the report.
Ways must be found not only to reduce stress and prevent burnout but also to sustain a level of interest and job satisfaction among staff sufficient to ensure a high level of performance.
It was found that student cultural orientations affect student satisfaction with collaborative learning.
Conversely, using the high amount of energy required to accomplish this may interfere with job performance and satisfaction and may stall career development and advancement (Fogarty, 1980).