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Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study

Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah*.

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This study has been conducted with a view of ascertaining the level of job satisfaction among the university teachers. This study probes how much satisfied are the university teachers within National University of Modern Languages, Multan Campus by looking at different aspects like the relationship of age, gender, departments, job status and highest level of education etc., with the satisfaction level of the teachers. The study has been conducted by using an adopted questionnaire survey. The questionnaires were distributed among the university teachers.This section enlightens the all-encompassing ramifications of numerous classes of pay frameworks for representative profitability and offense, zeroing in on the social reactions of non-leader labourers and their suggestions for firm execution. We contend the impacts of pay on both profitability and unfortunate behaviour tend to go a similar way. Frameworks that support exertion regularly persuade bad behaviour. We clarify that chiefs normally centre around just one measurement, and along these lines disregard the more extensive expenses of the pay framework. The significant suggestion is that the ideal degree of wrongdoing is once in a while zero, with the best pay frameworks recognizing the trade-off among efficiency and morals. The introduction to research is set elaborating paradigmatic qualifications, emerging out of social also association explicit variables, altogether previously mentioned models that clarify how and when representatives' conduct gainfully (or counterproductively). Scholastic analysts and human asset specialists have broadly used the hypotheses of human inspiration (both characteristic and extraneous) to clarify how beneficial work environment practices can be supported and counterproductive practices condensed. The demographic findings are synchronized with an analytical methodology. The recommendations to this research article suggests considering the critical relationship recorded between some segment qualities in this investigation, business associations ought to build up an instrument for recognizing and choosing their likely workers.

Key words: Job satisfaction, university, teachers, tertiary education sector


 
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Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah. Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study. EEO. 2021; 20(5): 6186-6195. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695


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Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah. Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study. http://ilkogretim-online.org//?mno=77121 [Access: April 28, 2021]. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695


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Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah. Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study. EEO. 2021; 20(5): 6186-6195. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695



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Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah. Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study. EEO. (2021), [cited April 28, 2021]; 20(5): 6186-6195. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695



Harvard Style

Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah (2021) Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study. EEO, 20 (5), 6186-6195. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695



Turabian Style

Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah. 2021. Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study. Elementary Education Online, 20 (5), 6186-6195. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695



Chicago Style

Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah. "Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study." Elementary Education Online 20 (2021), 6186-6195. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah. "Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study." Elementary Education Online 20.5 (2021), 6186-6195. Print. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Hanan Afzal, Muhammad Asif, Abdul Sattar, Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah (2021) Exploring employees’ productive and counterproductive behaviors in tertiary education sector- A case study. Elementary Education Online, 20 (5), 6186-6195. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.695








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