Job Satisfaction among Senior and Junior Academic Staff: A Technological Assessment from Malaysia
Sevendor Khor@ Bibi Florina Abdullah1, Jehangir Bharucha2
1Sevendor Khor@ Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro Chancellor, Lincoln University College, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
2Jehangir Bharucha, Associate Professor, Lincoln University College, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
Manuscript received on 30 June 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 05 July 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2019 | PP: 3 | Volume-8 Issue-9, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: H7455068819/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.H7455.078919
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Abstract: The academic profession is one of the most ambivalent among the highly educated occupations (Morey 1992). Academic staff job satisfaction and academic staff retention is two related factor which has an effect on school effectiveness (Noordin and Jusoff, 2009). The present study investigates the different ways in which junior and senior academicians view the relation between job satisfaction and the organizational climate in an academic institution in Malaysia. This study adopts a quantitative research methodology. The data was collected through a structured questionnaire circulated among 168 lecturers follows the technique of stratified random sampling. The study suggests that there is a difference in the way senior and junior academics perceive on the organizational climate and gives several recommendations in this regard.
Index Terms: Job Satisfaction, Universities, Salary, Working Conditions.
Scope of the Article: E-Commerce