ANALYZING TEACHERS’ PREFERENCES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL INTEGRITY AND OBLIGATION IN PUBLIC SECTOR UNIVERSITIES OF PUNJAB, PAKISTAN

  • Mehmood Ul Hassan1
Keywords: organizational Integrity, perceptions, measures, Obligation, Gender

Abstract

This study was conducted to have comparison of organizational integrity and organizational obligation among university teachers in public universities in Pakistan. It was deductive study which used survey method for data collection. Teachers of University of Sargodha, GC University Faisalabad, University of Lahore Pakpattan campus and Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan were selected as sample population for this study. In order to gauge organizational integrity and obligation among university teachers of public universities, two types of questionnaires were used, i.e. Organizational Integrity Questionnaire and Organizational Obligation Questionnaire having a reliability of 0.831 and 0.741 respectively. Data were analyzed by ANOVA, Post-hoc Tukey's test and independent-samples t-test. Results showed that there were well-built perceptions about organizational integrity and organizational obligation among university teachers. A factor-wise comparison of organizational obligation and organizational integrity entailed a significant difference between university teachers based on gender and ranks. The study suggested recommendations to enforce organizational integrity among universities and measures to boost up obligation among the university teachers.

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Published
2020-10-25
How to Cite
Mehmood Ul Hassan1. (2020). ANALYZING TEACHERS’ PREFERENCES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL INTEGRITY AND OBLIGATION IN PUBLIC SECTOR UNIVERSITIES OF PUNJAB, PAKISTAN. Epistemology, 7(3), 184=199. Retrieved from http://journal.epistemology.pk/index.php/epistemology/article/view/139