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Determinants of Job Satisfaction among Private University Teaching Staff

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 2 Issue 2

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Sakshi Sharma, Parul Sehrawat | Author(s) Affiliation: School of Business Administration, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, India
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The present study identifies the determinants of job satisfaction among teaching staff in the private universities of Punjab. A sample of 300 university teaching faculty was studied. Proportionate stratified random sampling technique was used for the selection of respondents. After ensuring the normality of the data, factor analysis was conducted to reduce the data into factors. The results of the study highlighted that ‘inadequate paid leave’ followed by ‘following deadlines’ and ‘expected to do much work in too little time’ resulted in low level of satisfaction among private university teaching staff. Besides these, the paper also presents the managerial implications, limitations, and scope of future research of the study.

Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Private University Teaching Staff, Stratified Random Sampling, Organizational Culture, Promotion.

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