Predicting Job-Satisfaction among the Academicians of Universities in Kpk, Pakistan

Saifuddin Khan Saif, Allah Nawaz, Farzand Ali Jan


Measurement of job satisfaction or otherwise is a commonplace practice in all the organizations to periodically understand the attitudinal dimensions of the employees and plan the remedies in accordance with the findings of these studies. In analyzing the results, prediction of job satisfaction (involvement & commitment) as well as job dissatisfaction (absenteeism & turnover) is mostly founded on the Factors of job satisfaction attitude like pay, work, supervision, promotion, co-workers and environment. This study also uses the data on the factors for regression on the employee attitudes of both positive and negative consequences. A sample of 218 university teachers from the province of Khyber Pakhtun khwa has been used to record their satisfaction from different factors of satisfaction. Multiple regression procedure was then applied to compute how far positive and negative outcomes are explained or determined by the factors of job satisfaction.

Key Words: Predictors of Job Satisfaction, Involvement and commitment, and Absenteeism and Turnover.

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