Employee job satisfaction in the workplace is one of the important objectives of human resource management and practitioners for better performance and productivity. Job satisfaction is a psychological state of human mind and it is subjective to individual experience and expectation, which locus of control often plays an influential role. The term locus of control can be considered, a combination of one’s values, beliefs, past experiences, and cultural influence of one’s life and behavior. A person’s locus is conceptualized as either internal (the person believes they can control their life) or external (meaning they believe that their decisions and life are controlled by environmental factors which they cannot influence). Locus of control belongs to the core self-evaluation elements of personality, and believes to have a direct impact on job satisfaction. A sense of psychological control is considered to be an important dispositional factor of workplace behaviors.