Influence Of Reward Practices On Academic Staff Retention In Universities In Kenya
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Influence Of Reward Practices On Academic Staff Retention In Universities In Kenya
It is alleged that the apparent shortage of academic staff in Kenyan Universities is the main cause of universities’ failure to retain quality academic staff. Kenyan universities are operating in a highly competitive environment where supply of qualified teaching staff is in deficit. One of the challenges these universities face is academic staff retention. It is not clear the extent to which HRM practices could be part of the cause of poor retention of academic staff. This study sought to establish the influence of workload practices on academic staff retention in universities in Kenya and also determine the moderating role of commitment on workload management practices on acadeDownloadViews: 58

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