Relationship of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment with Stay Intention of Faculty of Higher Education Institutes: The Moderating Role of Work-Family Conflict & Family-Work Conflict
Vidyabharati International Interdisciplinary Research Journal 4(1), June 2015
15 Pages Posted: 27 Jul 2015
Date Written: 2015
The faculty plays a pivotal role for knowledge creation and provides support to strengthen a higher education institutes. Indeed, recruitment and retention of faculty have emerged as big challenges for HEIs. Today, the institutes are striving hard to attract and retain the best faculty from the available pool to counter the scarcity of talented faculty. The objective of this cross-sectional research is to find the impact of Job Satisfaction (JS) and Organizational Commitment (OC) (employee attitudinal variables) on faculty retention in HEIs with moderating role of Work-Family Conflict (WFC) and Family-Work Conflict (FWC). Primary data was collected from full time faculty members from a higher education institute. The results indicated that JS and OC have significant impact on stay intention of faculty with partial moderating effect of WFC and FWC. Data analysis techniques used are reliability analysis, correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis. Limitations and future recommendations are also presented.
Keywords: Higher Education Institutions, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Work Family Conflict, Family Work Conflict, Employee Stay Intentions
JEL Classification: J2, J29
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