Department of Public Administration, Xiamen Administration Institute, Xiamen 361027, China
The study is concerned in determining the level of job performance, job satisfaction, and occupational stress of public universities and colleges instructors in Xiamen City, China. The relationship of job satisfaction and occupational stress with job performance is determined. The study used descriptive and inferential statistics wherein the research described both qualitatively and quantitatively the variables being used in the study.The following findings were observed based on the research results:The level of Job Satisfaction is generally moderate. The level of Occupational Stress is generally moderate. The level of Job Performance is generally high. No relationship between Job Satisfaction and Job Performance, and their Occupational Stress and Job Performance. The instructors are generally contented with their job. Innovative scale value to determine the relationship between job satisfaction and occupational stress and job performance..
Human Resource, Job Satisfaction, Occupational Stress, Job Performance
Xiaochun Niu, Gang Zhou, Performance of Instructors in Public University and Colleges in Xiamen City, China. The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology (2019) Vol. 1: 50-62. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSST.070108.
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