Some push factors that causing Labor turnover In Private University Education in Iraq -A case study for a number of private colleges
2020, Volume 39, Issue 126, Pages 111-131
AbstractThe faculty member is considered an essential axis in the success of the private university education.. In view of the high turnover rate in the private university education sector in Iraq, as it reached nearly 40% in some colleges, which makes it a phenomenon that must be studied by researchers. Accordingly, the research aims to find out what are the reasons that push the faculty member in private university education to leave his job and move to another place, which is called push factors. The researcher followed the descriptive approach in collecting theoretical information and the survey and analysis approach in collecting field data using a questionnaire that included, in addition to personal information, questions for thirteen reasons that could be cause of labor turnover send to those who left the work( Post Exit) in a sample of private colleges through Personal interview or by sending it via electronic means of communication. The data was analyzed using the statistical program SPSS version 24.The research found that the thirteen reasons were statistically significant as a reason for labor turnover, the most important of which is the lack of security and job stability in private university education. The research also presented a set of recommendations that can contribute to reducing the phenomenon of labor turnover for faculty members in private university education in Iraq.
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