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Job satisfaction of university librarians in Thailand

Job satisfaction of university librarians in Thailand

an analysis of selected factors with a focus on Superior-Subordinate relations

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English


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Statementby Neena Swasdison.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfilm reel
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Open LibraryOL21142149M

this, university libraries are often considered as the most important resource centre of an academic institution. The library building consists of 3 levels, the basement, ground floor and upper floor, with a seating capacity of There are study cubicles on all floors. The basement contains pre books .   International Journal of Library Science , 4(4): DOI: /y Technology and Job Satisfaction in Academic Libraries.

librarians in federal university libraries in South East Nigeria. This was as a result of the existence of constituents of job satisfaction such as opportunity for promotion, good working environment and salary. It also revealed that job satisfaction has great influence on job performance. This paper discusses findings of a study that has been launched to identify the level of job satisfaction of library professionals by generational cohorts. The aim of this study is to evaluate the level of job satisfaction among three generations (i.e. Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y) of the professional staff of the university libraries of Sri Lanka in terms of five job.

  The main attributes of job satisfaction from this study are (1) fulfillment of desired needs within the work settings, (2) happiness or gratifying emotional responses towards working conditions, and (3) job value or equity. A study can be conducted to explore the relation of Job Satisfaction professionals in the libraries. REFERENCES 1. D’Elia, George P (), The Determinants of Job satisfaction among beginning Librarians, Library Quarterly, Vol. 49 (3) pp. 2. Nzotta, Brigg. (), Factors associated with the Job Satisfaction of male andfemale.


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University librarians are required to continuously adjust to keep up with changing customers' needs. The study uses structural equation modeling (SEM) to examine the effects of different facets of job satisfaction on the task performance and contextual performance of university by: Wahba, S.

Patterson. " Job Satisfaction of Librarians: A Comparison Between Men and Women", College and Research Libraries Wellmaker, R. Bernand. "The Relations of Perceived Management Systems and Job Satisfaction of Public Librarians", Dissertation Abstracts.

Law Librarian,Ekiti State University,Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State Odefadehan Oluwaseun Elizade University,Ilaramokin, Ondo State ABSTRACT: The study was designed to investigate the correlation between job satisfaction and career commitment of librarians in six selected university libraries in Ekiti and Ondo States, Size: KB.

The aim of this study is to evaluate the level of job satisfaction among three generations (i.e. Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y) of the professional staff of the university libraries. This study investigated the job satisfaction factors influencing the job satisfaction of librarians in Federal and State University libraries in Southern Nigeria.

Job satisfaction is an important concept that can affect labor market behavior as it has a great influence on job-related behaviors such as productivity, work effort, absenteeism, turnover rates, and employee by: 4.

This study examined job satisfaction and performance of librarians in Federal University Libraries in South East Nigeria.

The study was guided by six research questions. Descriptive survey was used to conduct the study. The population of the study was made up of librarians in the four federal university libraries in South East Nigeria. This study was managed and completed with the title “Job satisfaction among library professionals at Government Colleges of Commerce and Management Sciences of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa” These colleges have been recently affiliated with Higher Education Department.

This research is concerned with the satisfaction of librarians with regard to users, reading habits, provision of conveniences, their. specific job satisfaction facets that influence the job satisfaction among these librarians.

Review of Related Literature Concept and Definition of Job Satisfaction Job satisfaction is a frequently studied subject in work and organizational literature. Researchers across the dis-ciplines have written numerous articles concerning this topic.

Last week, a survey about job satisfaction among library workers was released. The survey’s results show little change from its prior iteration in Generally, workers in the survey said they are satisfied.

In fact, the 86% satisfaction rate is the same rate found in the survey. This study determined the role of leadership style and librarians’ attitude in job satisfaction of academic librarians in the technology driven work environment.

Variables studied are leadership style, attitude to technology and job satisfaction. Questionnaire was used to collect data for the study.

Questionnaires were distributed in four conference arenas hosted by Nigerian Library. Other studies relate the job satisfaction of library staff to the department or unit of the library where they work, but the results have been conflicting.

Chew () and D'Elia () indicated that there were no differences in job satisfaction between reference (or public services) staff and catalogers (or technical services staff).

The findings revealed that there was low leadership effectiveness on job satisfaction of librarians in the university libraries in South-west, Nigeria (Df=N=r=P Job duties, salary, working conditions, opportunity to pursue research etc, seems not to be favourable at all.

This inadequacy is reflected in. significant relationship between job satisfaction and productivity (r =P librarians in public university libraries in Nigeria.

The study concluded that contrary to general belief, job satisfaction and productivity levels of librarians in university libraries were high. satisfaction of librarians. The area of job satisfaction of librarians is very important and should be highlighted in local situations. Batool () suggested in her research while measuring participative management perceptions of university librarians that there is a need to explore administrative practices in libraries and compare both.

satisfaction on librarians in university libraries in Nigeria. Objectives of the study The main objective of this research work was to investigate the effects of job satisfaction on the librarians in performing their duties in the Nigerian public universities.

The specific 1. degree of job satisfaction of librarians. To identify and measure the level of the job satisfaction among library professionals in selected engineering colleges in Tamilnadu.

To study the level of job satisfaction among library professionals with regard to the factors like working conditions, personal relationship, salary, job security, promotion employee recognition etc.

Social implications – The library managers and administrators in federal university libraries in Nigeria should formulate job satisfaction policies such as adequate provision of working facilities, provision of conducive working environment, work incentives (car loan, housing loan, study leave allowance, etc) for improving career commitment of their librarians.

Survey data were used to determine the influence of job satisfaction on the publication output of librarians in Nigerian universities. A stratified random sampling method was used to select librarians working in 22 out of the 35 university libraries in Nigeria.

A multiple regression statistical analysis was employed to examine the influence of job satisfaction on publication output of. To attain effective job satisfaction in libraries, the librarians should contribute through their behaviour, efforts and persistence that will help the parent organization achieve its goals.

Thus, it is imperative to evaluate the determinants of job satisfaction of library staff, particularly from gender. Job Satisfaction and Job Performance: Is the Relationship Spurious. (August ) Allison Laura Cook, B.A., Purdue University Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr. Daniel A.

Newman The link between job satisfaction and job performance is one of the most studied relationships in industrial/organizational psychology. Meta-analysis (Judge, Thoresen. Search faculty, administrative, and executive jobs at colleges and universities in Thailand on Updated daily.

Free to job seekers.Job satisfaction is so important because its absence often leads to lethargy and reduce organizational commitment (Moser, ). Sierpe () surveyed Job Satisfaction among universities librarians at Quebec.

Spector's Job Satisfaction Survey (JSS) instrument was used to collect the data from 81 (%) librarians.Iowa State University Capstones, Theses and Dissertations A study of factors measuring faculty job satisfaction at selected universities in Thailand Sophon Sudsawasd Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: books, and dissertations (Locke, ).

Yet, despite this vast.