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Factors affecting Job Satisfaction among employees of Higher Education: A Case Study

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 4 Issue 1

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Aditi Mathur, Anil Mehta | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Abstract

The higher education sector plays a pivotal role in developing the skilled manpower for the balanced socio-economic growth of the country. Both public as well as private higher educational institutions contribute towards building the competence base of the society. In Rajasthan also, the higher education sector has seen a vast growth both in terms of investments and gross enrollment ratio. The employees are involved and are crucial for the accomplishment of the objectives. The study involved assessing the antecedents of job satisfaction level of the employees and identifying the most significant factors influencing the same. The findings suggest that the major factors affecting the satisfaction among the academic employees remain the job challenges, concern for the performance evaluation methods used, and the lack of role clarity in the institutions. The private sector employees have more concern for the salary and the job security as compared to the public sector employees.

Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Higher Education, Academic and Administrative Employees, Public and Private Sector Institutions, Demographic and Job Related Factors

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