The Commitments of Academic Staff and Career in Malaysian Universities

Noordin, Fauziah and Jusoff, Kamaruzaman and Hamali, Jamil and Mior Harun, Mior Harris (2008) The Commitments of Academic Staff and Career in Malaysian Universities. Asian Social Science, 4 (9). pp. 3-11. ISSN 1911-2017

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Abstract

This article reports the study on career commitment of the academic staff of a local public university in Malaysia. The findings indicate that the academic staff of this university has higher level of career identity, low level of career resilient, and slightly high level of career planning. In addition, the results indicate that the respondents’ organizational tenure and annual salary have significant impact on their career resilience commitment. Other demographic variables showed no significant differences on career identity, career resilience, and career planning of the respondents. Implications for management and recommendations for future studies are highlighted.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Career commitment, Career identity, Career resilience, Career planning
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Forestry
ID Code:7620
Deposited By: Norhazura Hamzah
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