Job Satisfaction in Uniglobe

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
This project report has been prepared the requirement for the course Human Resource Management of the third trimester Masters in Business Administration (Finance) awarded by Pokhara University. We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude and indebtedness to our beloved sir, Mr. Yum, whose unreserved guidance, invaluable assistance and constructive comments encouraged us to timely and successfully carry out our project. We greatly benefited from his quick response, expertise and exceptional practical advice during the course of our project work. The suggestions and guidance of all the people who helped us are much appreciated

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTi
TABLE OF CONTENTSii
CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION1
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY1
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM3
1.3 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY3
1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY4
1.5 LIMITATION OF THE STUDY4
1.6 ORGANIZATION OF THE STUDY4
CHAPTER II: REVIEW OF LITERATURE5
CHAPTER III: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY7
3.1 RESEARCH DESIGN7
3.2 NATURE AND SOURCES OF DATA7
CHAPTER IV: DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS9
4.1 Descriptive Analysis9
4.2 Reliability Analysis10
4.3 Regression Analysis10
CHAPTER V: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION13
5.1 SUMMARY AND FINDINGS13
5.2 CONCLUSION13
5.3 RECOMMENDATIONS14
REFRENCES15
APPENDICES16

CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Human resources are the most precious assets of any institution. They are the corner stone of any working place. The effectiveness of an institution to maintain a quality team of employees links to its ability to manage the staff as well as recognize the contributions of each individual. Henry Ford, an American Industrialist pointed out the importance of Human resources by saying: “Take my business, burn up my building, but give me my people and I will build the business right back again” (Khan et al., 2011). Undoubtedly, these are the employees of the institution who can take an institution towards prosperity with their hard work and determination and they can also lead an institution towards the downfall if their needs are not being identified and satisfied. Literature has identified various human resource management practices which are considered to be the best practices for retaining and motivating human capital in an institution. Amongst others rewards and recognition are the most common practices which make an employee satisfied with his/her job as well as keep him/her highly motivated. Human Resources are the key drivers of the prosperity and success of any institution. Unless and until the institution does not recognize the efforts and contributions of their employees and reward them accordingly, it would not be able to conquer the highest level of motivation and job satisfaction of the recruits. Teaching is a noble and an extraordinary complex activity involving a range of skills, perceptions, attitudes, knowledge and sensitivity. Here, teachers must be more than mere technical or subject experts. A teacher’s growth is reflected in his or her attitude, philosophy, values, belief, interests and job satisfaction. Education is the major instrument to change and has significant task of preparing leaders for different walks of life-social, political, cultural, and scientific and so on. They play key role in the generation, transfer and application of new knowledge. The intellectual dynamism, resourcefulness and economic prosperity of any nation are reflected in the quality of its teachers and education. The challenge of the twenty first century is a challenge to survive as institutions of quality of excellence. The changing social and economic scenario all over the world indicates that flexibility, adaptation, capacity to bring about changes would be the need of the twenty first century. In order to meet these challenges one has to improve the quality of human input and bring the desired production behavior in the work force....
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