Factors Affecting Female Lecturer Retention in Private Higher Institution in Perak

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Juliana Abu Bakar; Zam Zuriyati Mohamad; S.A. Sharmeela-Banu;
(2015)
  • Journal: International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences,volume 5,issue 1 January,pages137-146
  • Subject: Female Lecturer, Employee Retention, Job Satisfaction, Private Higher Education, Perceived Organization Support

The contribution of female lecturer in education profession is undeniable and their satisfaction is crucial to retain them in this field. This research was conducted with the aim to investigate the factors that influence the female lecturer satisfaction in private highe... View more
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