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    Title: 員工離職、工作滿意度及工作與生活的平衡之關聯研究:以香港非本地高等教育機構為例
    Research of the Relationship among Employee Turnover, Job Satisfaction, and Work-life Balance: A Case Study of Non-local Higher Education Institution in Hong Kong
    Authors: 陳施蓓
    Chan, Sze-Pui
    Contributors: 林月雲
    Lin, Yeh-Yun
    陳施蓓
    Chan, Sze-Pui
    Keywords: 員工離職
    工作滿意度
    工作與生活的平衡
    非本地高等教育
    香港
    Employee turnover
    Job satisfaction
    Work-life balance
    Non-local higher education
    Hong Kong
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-02-12 16:01:14 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Higher education is important to the today’s economy. Hong Kong Government works hard to provide multiple pathways to secondary school graduates to pursue higher education. Since 2000, the non-local higher education sector has rapidly developed, and intense competition raises within the sector. This sector is facing a high-flowing employee turnover rate.
    This thesis studies one of the non-local higher education institutions in Hong Kong to understand the relationship among employee turnover, job satisfaction, and work-life balance. This paper is also aimed at providing feasible recommendations for employee retention.
    The research results show that the causes of high employee turnover rate in the non-local higher education sector are due to poor selection and work overload. Secondly, there are four factors influence job satisfaction include relationship, compensation and benefits, recognition, and achievement. Thirdly, work-life balance plays a major role to female employees.
    In short, this study has the potential to offer a reference for the existing institutions to overcome the issue of high employee turnover rate within the non-local higher education sector.
    Higher education is important to the today’s economy. Hong Kong Government works hard to provide multiple pathways to secondary school graduates to pursue higher education. Since 2000, the non-local higher education sector has rapidly developed, and intense competition raises within the sector. This sector is facing a high-flowing employee turnover rate.
    This thesis studies one of the non-local higher education institutions in Hong Kong to understand the relationship among employee turnover, job satisfaction, and work-life balance. This paper is also aimed at providing feasible recommendations for employee retention.
    The research results show that the causes of high employee turnover rate in the non-local higher education sector are due to poor selection and work overload. Secondly, there are four factors influence job satisfaction include relationship, compensation and benefits, recognition, and achievement. Thirdly, work-life balance plays a major role to female employees.
    In short, this study has the potential to offer a reference for the existing institutions to overcome the issue of high employee turnover rate within the non-local higher education sector.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    企業管理研究所(MBA學位學程)
    105363115
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0105363115
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/THE.NCCU.MBA.004.2019.F08
    Appears in Collections:[企業管理研究所(MBA學位學程)] 學位論文

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