Dissecting the Association between Quality of Work Life Practices and the Proficiency of Instructors’ Productivity

Hussein Abdelsater


The Quality of Work Life (QWL) is an educational and occupational matter for instructors. This research conducted in Lebanon aimed to determine the influence of the quality of work-life practices and the proficiency of instructors’ productivity. Data was collected from instructors working in private universities. Through a quantitative study, the dimensionality of the measuring instrument was examined. Exploratory and confirmatory phases were applied. The EFA phase followed the factor analysis to assess structure, validity, and reliability. The CFA revealed an adequate model adjustment, with average to excellent adjustment index values. Results validated that practices of quality of work-life influence instructors’ productivity directly. However, these results confirmed that job satisfaction has the most significant effect. The conclusion discussed results and integrated recommendations and avenues for future studies.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/jbtp.v11n3p91


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