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The University Staff Job Satisfaction Challenge and its Implications for National Council for Higher Education: An Empirical Evidence.

Mpaata, Kaziba A.

Abstract:
The article explores the mandate of the National Council for Higher Education in Uganda and establishes that one of its major functions is to monitor the health of academic institutions. In context, the literature and empirical evidence here revealed that the health of the universities chartered by National Council for Higher Education will depend on the job satisfaction of staff in their various ranks. Currently, the reward system provided is weak and insignificant. It was concluded by suggesting a model on which university managers and other stakeholders should focus in order to influence staff satisfaction and ensure quality education delivery in the country.

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Document Title: The University Staff Job Satisfaction Challenge and its Implications for National Council for Higher Education: An Empirical Evidence.
Institution: Nkumba University
City and Country: Kampala, Uganda


Date:2009
Document Type:Paper (Not Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Institutional Management
Country:Uganda
Keywords:Job Satisfaction, Regulation of Higher Education, Rewards, Academic Staff, Institutional Management, Uganda, , Higher Education Quality Committee HEQC, Higher Education and Development, Human Resources


File Size:256 KB
Rights:Permission granted by author
Date Added:30 April 2009


Mpaata, Kaziba A. (2009). The University Staff Job Satisfaction Challenge and its Implications for National Council for Higher Education: An Empirical Evidence. Nkumba University, Kampala.