Does A Human Resource Effect of Job Satisfaction of Teachers? A Case Study of Education Institutions in Punjab, Pakistan

Amir Saif, Tehmina Javed, Muhammad Nauman Mirza Fca, Iqra Touqeer

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The aim of this paper is to find the impact of pay & promotion, work load a teacher’s job satisfaction. This study was used SPSS and SMART-PLS to analyze a data using quantitative research method. The research to which have distributed the question among teachers, graduates and a different professional. This study is significant for universities, colleges and schools, academic and non-academic staffs. Because this study have helpful for the administration in institute to better understand needs and demands of their teachers and what will be the factors which could make them satisfied. This study have conducted in Multan, Khanewal, Vehari, Bahawalpur G.D khan and it is targeting to cover approximately 7721 population with the sample of 350 as defined by Sekaran (2012) that for 7000 to 8000 required samples sized is 372. This research also examines the influence of compensation and promotion upon job satisfaction at educational institution level. The reveals that pay and promotion not significant impact on job satisfaction of teacher. (Yee 2018) investigate in his study that pay and promotion are insignificant. Work load can also be significant association with job satisfaction of teachers. Raza et al (2015) investigate that work load significant impact on job satisfaction. The influence of these factors calls for the further research. There is also need to carry out a similar but comparative study in rural setting.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijce.v2i2.4515

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International Journal of Contemporary Education

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