The Relationship between Universities Social Responsibility Internal Strategies and Staff Quality Work Life: An Empirical Study on Al Jinan University in Lebanon

Mazen Fawaz Massoud, Dr. Joumana Younis, Professor Nabila Abbas Ibrahim


The quality of life at work increases employees’ abilities to practice gained talents to face work challenges. Efficient internal USR practices supporting working conditions, developing new skills, opportunities for advancement, and the opportunity for work-life balance contribute to increasing the quality of work-life QWL. Accordingly, universities are trying to maintain their employees’ quality work-life by leading their human resources managers to implement internal USR practices. Hence, this study aims to examine the relationship between the Internal University Social Responsibility Practices USR as independent variables and the Quality of Work Life (QWL) of Al Jinan university staff as a dependent variable. The results indicate that the work-life balance, training and education, working conditions, human rights, workplace diversity, and job enrichment have a positive significant impact on the quality of work-life; hence to maintain a good quality of work-life for the workforce, universities should implement efficient USR practices internally.

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