|Title:||Assessment on the Level of Job Satisfaction of Administrative Staff of TVET Colleges in Addis Ababa|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||. Demoze Degefa ( Ato)|
|Keywords:||Job Satisfaction, Motivation,;Intrinsic and Extrinsic motivation;Technical Vocational Education and Training|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||This research attempted to study the level of job satisfaction of administrative staff of TVET Colleges in Addis Ababa. To this end, it evaluated the extent of intrinsic and extrinsic motivational factors of administrative staff and their level of satisfaction. The study employed an embedded research design and mixed quantitative and qualitative study method which deployed questionnaires and interviewee. Subjects of the study were assessment on the level of job satisfaction of administrative staff, who works at Poly Technical colleges` in Addis Ababa. Descriptive statistics such as frequency, percentages, mode, mean and standard deviation was used to profile sample characteristics and major patterns emerging from the data. The collected data was analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS Version 21).The study showed that there were in sufficient satisfying job elements in the colleges` that is promotion opportunities, career advancement, further education opportunities and recognition. Besides, due to the existence of dissatisfying job conditions such as inadequate salary supervision, poor management and leadership and fringe benefits increased the level of dissatisfaction was found to be high. In general, the research has mainly found out and concluded that the level of job satisfaction of administrative staff of TVET Colleges` is low. In order to solve the problems recommendations are forwarded to the concerned government bodies to play their role to minimize job dissatisfaction and increase the level of job satisfaction through provision of different satisfying schemes that encourages administrative staff of TVET colleges to become strong back bone in the colleges`.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Educational Planning & Management|
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