A Quantitative Study on the Job Engagement of Faculty Members of Private Self Financing Engineering Colleges of Kerala

Dr. Archana Thulaseedharan .

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This research mainly attempts to analyse the employees’ satisfaction towards the various benefits provided by the educational institutions and its impact on job engagement. Through a five point likert scale questionnaire the data collected from 226 faculty members from private self-financing engineering colleges in South Kerala, is analysed through Multiple Regression, T test and ANOVA. It was observed that employees with a tenure of above 15 years of experience is the most satisfied group with benefits provided by their organization (Mean 147.85) followed by employees with 10-15 years of experience (Mean 140.85). The least satisfied group is employees with 5-10 years of experience(Mean =129.It was found that there  is no difference in the employee satisfaction scores on benefits of male employees and female employees The employees of age group between 46 and 50 have highest level of satisfaction towards benefits with mean of 153.1538 followed by age group above 50 years with a mean of 152.000.The result indicates that 38% of the variance of the dependent variable engagement has been significantly explained by the independent variables benefits.

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