Job satisfaction measurement: the multi-criteria satisfaction analysis
by Ismahene Aouadni; Abdelwaheb Rebaï; Nikolaos Christodoulakis; Yannis Siskos
International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences (IJADS), Vol. 7, No. 2, 2014

Abstract: Job satisfaction is the attitude of employment widely studied, as well as one of the most extensively researched subjects in industrial/organisational psychology. University teachers' job satisfaction has a constructive role for raising the level of teaching and research, enhancing academic competitiveness, attracting and retaining talented people. In this study, a multi-criteria satisfaction analysis (MUSA) method is employed to measure the university teachers' job satisfaction in Sfax University. The basic principle of MUSA is the aggregation of individual judgments into a collective value function, assuming that university teachers' global satisfaction depends on a set of criteria representing job characteristic dimensions.

Online publication date: Sat, 28-Jun-2014

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