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
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