This study examines the importance of the following five factors in determining motivation and satisfaction levels among faculty involved in higher education: compensation, job role and responsibilities, organizational environment, career growth and recognition. Relevant data were collected from a survey of faculty based at professional universities in Pakistan. Results show that while all five chosen factors are significantly correlated with faculty motivation and satisfaction levels, compensation and recognition are the two most important determinants.
Faculty motivation, job satisfaction, compensation, higher education
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Rashidi, Z., Zaki, S., & Jalbani, A. A. (2016). Exploring the factors influencing faculty motivation and satisfaction in tertiary education. Business Review, 11(1), 10-26. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1074
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