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Employee Job Satisfaction; regarding Personnel Policy of Balochistan University
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Sajid Kanner Jamsher AsfandYar Khan
MPA 4th Semester
Subject: Personnel Policy
Submitted to: Madam Banish Bakhsh

Table of Contents Abstract: 3 Introduction: 4 Pay 6 Promotion 6 Fringe benefits and contingent rewards 6 Supervision 6 Operating conditions and co-employees 6 Nature of employment 6 Problem statement: 7 Objective of carrying this study: 7 Purpose of study: 7 Literature Review: 8 Theoretical Framework: 11 Hypothesis: 11 METHODOLOGY: 12 Type of Research: 12 Unit of Analysis: 12 Time Horizon: 12 Research Technique used: 12 Sampling 12 Population: 12 Sample: 12 Sampling Technique: 12 Participants 12 Instrument 13 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 13 Gender: 13 Age: 13 Qualification: 14 Experience 14 RESULTS 15 Descriptive statistic: 15 Two independent samples t-test 15 Correlation: 17 Regression: 18 Conclusion: 20 Appendix No1: 21 Appendix No. 2: 22 Thank you 24 References: 25

Acknowledgement

First of all, we are grateful to Almighty ALLAH who gave us courage and chance to complete this Assignment. All the praise is for ALLAH the most merciful and beneficial, and his Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH).
We would like to express my gratefulness and appreciate for the untiring efforts, hard work and positive approach demonstrated by my all friends and teachers who help us in completing of our research assignment. Specially thanks to Madam Benisch Bakhsh.
I would like to thank all the persons for their heartiest facilitations to complete our research assignment and for giving us great memories for a lifetime.

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