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New and experienced general education faculty at Iowa Western Community College: Propensity to leave and the use of Herzberg's motivation-hygiene theory to predict job satisfaction

Jamie Stech, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Abstract

New and experienced general education faculty members at a comprehensive community college were researched through a quantitative survey. The research aimed at understanding the job satisfaction and dissatisfaction factors and how they relate to the faculty members propensity to leave. Full-time and part-time faculty members were included in the population. The survey was sent to the entire population of 228, receiving a response rate of 43.4%. The data revealed that general education faculty population of this particular community college held an overall level of satisfaction with their job, which in turn gave them a low propensity to leave.^

Subject Area

Education, Community College|Education, Evaluation

Recommended Citation

Stech, Jamie, "New and experienced general education faculty at Iowa Western Community College: Propensity to leave and the use of Herzberg's motivation-hygiene theory to predict job satisfaction" (2014). ETD collection for University of Nebraska - Lincoln. AAI3646043.
http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/dissertations/AAI3646043

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