HRM Practices for Sustainable workforce: Perceived Satisfaction level of University Teachers

Muhammad Irfan Arif, Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, Zafr- Ul-Islam, Muhammad Hussain

Abstract


There are a lot of HRM practices for sustainable workforce in an organization. Among these practices compensation, workload management and performance appraisal are most important. An attempt is made in this study to examine the satisfaction level of university teachers about these HRM practices at their workplace, that whether their organization offer sufficient compensation, workload management and performance appraisal at their workplace or not. A sample of 100 teachers from five public universities of Punjab was taken by using convenient sampling technique. Teacher’s perceptions regarding three HRM practices (compensation, workload management and performance appraisal) were gained on a self developed questionnaire. Questionnaire was composed of 15 items. Subjects were asked to indicate their level of agreement or disagreement with each statement. The data collected in terms of participant’s ranking responses was analyzed by applying simple descriptive statistical techniques such as mean. It was concluded that in overall all teachers were dissatisfied from the HRM practices at their workplace. At the end suggestions were made for academic HRM practitioners for the improvement of HRM practices for sustainable workforce. This study has enhanced understanding of academics perception on HRM practices for sustainable workforce.


Keywords


RM Practices; Sustainable Workforce; Performance Appraisal; Workload Management; Compensation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v2i4.163

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