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Job Satisfaction among Faculty: An Approach to Study the Intention to Leave or Stay in the University

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  • Neha Aggarwal

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This study aims to review the work of researchers who have contributed to the study of job satisfaction of faculty in higher education. With job satisfaction, is associated, the intention to leave or stay with the university. Every researcher has a differ Key words: Job Satisfaction, University teachers, Facility at workplace, Relations with co-workers and work environment, Pay, Promotion and Equitable workload

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  • Neha Aggarwal, 2012. "Job Satisfaction among Faculty: An Approach to Study the Intention to Leave or Stay in the University," Working papers 2012-4-9, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2012-4-9
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    1. Ziyana Al Hinai & Dr. Arun Bajracharya, 2014. "A Study on the Factors Affecting Job Satisfaction of Academic Staff in Higher Education Institution," Proceedings of International Academic Conferences 0800160, International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences.

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