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Scholarly Journal of Scientific Research and Essay (SJSRE) Vol. 6(4), pp. 76-84, October 2017
Available online at http:// www.scholarly-journals.com/SJSRE
ISSN 2315-6163 © 2017 Scholarly-Journals



Employee pay satisfaction, burn out and intention to stay among lecturers in tertiary institutions in Rivers State

Sule, Olatunji Eniola

Management Department University of Port Harcourt Rivers State, Nigeria Email: olasem2005@yahoo.com.

Abstract:

 

This study was undertaken to determine the relationship between pay satisfaction, job burnout and intention to stay. The determinants of both pay satisfaction and job burnout were looked at as previous validated in other related studies. The interrelationship between the variables was analysed using regression and Anova analytical tools. The findings revealed that pay satisfaction and job burnout are strong indicator of the intention to stay by lecturers in tertiary institutions in Rivers State, though, job burnout has inverse relationship. We, therefore, recommend that management of the institutions should as a matter of urgency pay adequate and prompt attention to pay satisfaction and job burnout by looking at their determinants and as well, improve the lecturers’ interpersonal training and, stress and stress related activities management.

 

Key words: Pay Satisfaction, Intention to Stay, Burnout, Employee, Employer, Lecturer, Tertiary Institution.

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