Performance Reality of Administrative Staff in Palestinian Universities

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The aim of this study was to identify the performance of the administrative staf in the Palestinian universities in Gaza Strip. The researchers used the analytical descriptive method through a questionnaire distributed randomly to the sample of 320 administrative staf from the three universities. The response rate was (81.87%). The study reached a number of results, the most important of which is that there is a high level of performance from the point of view of the administrative staf , as the percentage reached (81.51%). The results showed that there were no dif erences in the perception of the employees according to the variables “age, years of service, job level (manager, head of department, administrative of icer), place of work”. The results showed that there are dif erences in the perception of employees to perform the function depending on the university variable, where the results indicated that there are statistically significant dif erences between the Islamic University and Al-Aqsa University in the job performance in favor of the Islamic University. The study reached a number of recommendations, the most important of which is that the managements of the three Palestinian universities in Gaza Strip should give special attention to job performance in general and Al-Aqsa University and Al-Azhar University in particular. The Employees of universities should have the opportunity to participate in decision-making. The Management of the three universities should keep interest in continuous improvement of the performance of their employees. Enhancing the periodic evaluation of the job performance, informing employees about their evaluations, and giving them the chance to express their opinion about it. Solving employees' problems and giving them the opportunity to contribute in solving their own problems. And the use of the staf rotation method periodically.
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