The Effect of Governance on Employees’ Job Satisfaction, Intention to Leave and Task Performance (A Case of University of Gondar)

Yilak Alamrew, Haimanot Belay, Assegid Demissie

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to assess good governance, employee satisfaction, employees’ performance level and employees; intention to leave the University. A sample of 338 employees (both academics and supportive) was randomly selected. Adapted standard research instruments were used. The result of the study shows that many of the respondents did not confirm that the university is not exercising good governance. Most of these employees are not satisfied with their job and have intention to leave. About 45 percent of the variability in employees’ job satisfaction is accounted for by its relationship of viewing governance, but only five percent of the variability in number of employees’ intention to leave and -04 percent of the variability in employees’ performance is accounted for by its relationship of viewing governance. Therefore, to solve those managerial problems the university must improve its governance.


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ISSN : 2251-1547