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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Factors of Job Satisfaction in Universities

( Vol-5,Issue-8,August 2019 )

Author(s): Ana GutiƩrrez-Banegas



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Page No: 481-492
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.22161/ijaems.58.1

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Purpose: To highlight the factors that make up the concept of job satisfaction in organizations and, especially, in universities in order to reduce turnover and increase productivity. Design / methodology / approach: Bibliometric research in 34 selected articles, Scimago Journal Rank Q4 or higher. Findings: The findings suggest that job satisfaction focused on universities, although it has been little studied in the academic literature, show that the factors are like other types of organizations. Limitations of research: These results indicate the need for more studies to build a theory to raise job satisfaction in organizations and, especially, in universities. Practical implications: This document allows to identify the multiple criteria that influence job satisfaction to create the necessary conditions to retain the best qualified and talented personnel. Type of academic publication: Literature review. Originality / value: This article makes three specific contributions to literature. First, identify the factors that influence job satisfaction within any type of organization; second, it focuses on job satisfaction within universities, and third, it shows some constructs that help raise the level of job satisfaction.

Abstract:

Purpose: To highlight the factors that make up the concept of job satisfaction in organizations and, especially, in universities in order to reduce turnover and increase productivity. Design / methodology / approach: Bibliometric research in 34 selected articles, Scimago Journal Rank Q4 or higher. Findings: The findings suggest that job satisfaction focused on universities, although it has been little studied in the academic literature, show that the factors are like other types of organizations. Limitations of research: These results indicate the need for more studies to build a theory to raise job satisfaction in organizations and, especially, in universities. Practical implications: This document allows to identify the multiple criteria that influence job satisfaction to create the necessary conditions to retain the best qualified and talented personnel. Type of academic publication: Literature review. Originality / value: This article makes three specific contributions to literature. First, identify the factors that influence job satisfaction within any type of organization; second, it focuses on job satisfaction within universities, and third, it shows some constructs that help raise the level of job satisfaction.

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