Impact Of Herzberg’s Two Factors Theory On Faculty Members Of Pakistani Universities

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  • DR. ABDUL AZIZ
  • DR. MUHAMMAD HARIS MIRZA
  • Dr. FARAZ AHMED WAJIDI
  • DR. ERUJ WAJIDI REHAN
  • SALMAN HUSSAIN

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to investigate Herzberg’s theory especially its Hygiene factors among faculty members working in Pakistani public sector universities. It is a novice idea because analysis is based post pandemic situation. A structured questionnaire has been developed and circulated among the 500 faculty members. These 500 questionnaires have been distributed using simple random sampling and out of 500, 392 responses have been received. The 21 responses got discarded due to insufficient data and finally utilized 371 responses. The impact of Herzberg’s factors on job performance has been tested through structural equation modeling. It is found that job performance is significantly influenced by the job security, remuneration package and work environment. On the other hand there is insignificant impact found of appraisal systems and promotional opportunities on job performance. On the basis of the results it is found that faculty members are more concern about job security, compensation and organization culture but less concern about performance evaluation and promotional opportunity. These findings indicate faculty members are worried about competitive remuneration, security, and organization culture in post pandemic because of worst economic conditions. It is recommended that concerned authorities should consider the reservations of the faculty member in order to ameliorate quality of higher education in Pakistan. 

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2024-02-17

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AZIZ, D. A. ., MIRZA, D. M. H. ., WAJIDI, D. F. A. ., REHAN, D. E. W. ., & HUSSAIN, S. . (2024). Impact Of Herzberg’s Two Factors Theory On Faculty Members Of Pakistani Universities. Migration Letters, 21(S6), 139–145. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/7886

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