Impact of HR Practices on job Satisfaction of University Teacher: Evidence from Universities in Pakistan

Adeel Mumtaz, Imran Khan, Hassan Danial Aslam, Bashir Ahmad

Abstract


This study investigates the dynamic process through which HR practices (compensation practices, employee performance evaluation practices, promotion practices, empowerment practices) in universities influence individual’s pattern of job satisfaction over the time. Self reported survey method was used to collect data form selected lecturers, associate professors, assistant professors and professors. Finally, sample of 100 participate in this activity in proportion to the percentage of each group in the population. Result of Study described that teacher satisfaction is not predicted by these set of HR practices so there are some other factor which effect satisfaction. Copyright © www.iiste.org

Keywords: HR Practices, Satisfaction, University Teachers, Pakistan


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