An Analysis of Job Related Factors and Personality Traits on Teachers’ Ill-Health, Performance and Job SatisfactionJournal: Sarhad Journal of Management Sciences (Vol.2, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2016-12-31
Authors : Syed Gohar Abbas; Rabia Shah; Waheed ur Rehman;
Page : 96-112
Keywords : Teacher; personality; job satisfaction; ill-health;
Teacher's ill-health & job strains particularly in higher education sector is usually more deceptive as compared to other professions because of its vague nature of roles and is dissimilar to other professions and has substantial connections with numbers of scholars in class, their numerical assessments, workload issues, miserable organizational practices, job insecurity and inadequate recognition. Moreover, the antecedents and consequences of job related strains varies from person to person because of our different personality types and as we are all unique in our perceptions and behaviors. This exploratory research aimed to investigate & explore the factors at the work environment which have a significant impact on faculty well-being, and the possibilities of improvement of the work environment for academic world with particular reference to a public sector university. The results revealed inverse relationship between job strains and performance. The significant job related factors causing stress for male and female faculty members were different. Furthermore female faculty members and faculty members with Type A personality reported higher levels of ill-health. Type A personality also reported higher performance when compared with Type B & Type AB.
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