The Impact of Job Security Elements on the Work Alienation at Private Universities in Jordan (A Field Study from Employees perspective)

Mohammad Taamneh, Shehadeh M.A. AL-Gharaibeh


This study aimed to identify the impact of job security elements on the work alienation at private universities in Jordan. A questionnaire has been developed to identify the collection of data from a sample study consisted of 209 employees in the private universities. Results showed that there is a significant impact of job security elements as a whole on the feeling of work alienation. In addition this study showed that there is no impact of demographic variables on the feeling of work alienation. At the end researchers recommended that private university is recommended to update policies and procedures continuously to enhance job security and decrease the feeling of work alienation.

Key Words: job security, work alienation, private university, isolation, self estrangement, meaninglessness, powerlessness.

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