A Study of Job Satisfaction Among Non PHD Faculty In Universities
Australian Journal of Business and Management, Vol.1 No.7 [83-90] | October-2011
8 Pages Posted: 15 Aug 2016
Date Written: October 13, 2011
This study was conducted to comprehend the overall job satisfaction of non-PhD faculty in universities of Sindh.
The study was based on (Herzberg’s, 1959) two factors, motivator (Advancement, Recognition) and Hygiene (Interpersonal, Policies, Compensation) of job satisfaction. A well-structured questionnaire based on (Castillo & Cano, 2004) job satisfaction index was applied to obtain required data from non-PhD faculty members of universities. 125 non PhD faculty members from various universities at a response rate of 83% participated in the survey. The 81% data was reliable for the analysis. The frequencies and cross tabs were calculated from the data. The majority of the respondents was male, graduate, below 30 years of age, married and had job experience of more than 5 years. The factor analysis was applied to find out the underlying variance among the variables. The analysis has found five new components of the job satisfaction. The results showed that overalljob satisfaction among the non-PhD faculty members of universities was very low. The motivator and job satisfaction components have significant impact on the overall job satisfaction of the non-PhD faculty.Considering the results, the management of the universities is recommended to focus on the job motivators (Advancement, Recognition) hygiene (Interpersonal/Administration relationship, Policies, Compensation) of the non-PhD faculty for the improvement of job satisfaction and performance. The researchers and scholars may conduct further studies on the factors identified through factor analysis.
Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Motivators, Hygiene, Non PhD Faculty, Universitie
JEL Classification: C12, I23, M12
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