Job Engagement level Among the Administrative Employees in Palestinian Universities

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Abstract: The study aimed to identify the level of functional connectivity among the administrative employees in Palestinian universities, and to achieve the objectives of the study, a descriptive and analytical approach was used, and the study population consisted of all the administrative employees in the Palestinian universities: the Islamic University, Al-Azhar University, the University of Palestine, and Al-Quds Open University, whose number is (1104) Male and female employees, and a proportional stratified sample of (320) male and female employees was selected. The study tool represented by the Job Engagement Questionnaire was applied to them, and of them (294) male and female employees responded with a response rate of (91.90%). The study reached several results, the most important of which was that the level of job engagement among administrative employees in Palestinian universities was high and reached (81.85%), and it is evident that the second field of dedication ranked first with relative weight (82.52%), followed by the area of absorption (82.16%). Finally, the vital area came with a relative weight (80.88%). The results also showed that there were no differences between the responses of the respondents about the level of job engagement among the administrative employees in the Palestinian universities in Gaza Strip due to the variable of gender, age group, academic qualification, and years of service. Differences attributed to the variable of work status in favor of an academic with a managerial position. In light of the results of the study, the researchers recommend that the employee be given tasks and responsibilities that enhance his tendencies and positive outlook on the nature of his work, and provide a work environment that supports creativity and has the necessary vitality and interest in building human relationships.
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