Presentation on theme: "SUPERIOR UNIVERSITY Nadeem Iqbal Raza INTRODUCTION Baruch (2004) stated that it is obligatory for organizations to focus on their employee career planning."— Presentation transcript:
SUPERIOR UNIVERSITY Nadeem Iqbal Raza
INTRODUCTION Baruch (2004) stated that it is obligatory for organizations to focus on their employee career planning and development. Jepsen and Sheu (2003) argued that every individual seeks for satisfaction in their work Akhtar (2006) stated that it is the only banking sector which grows immensely within a short time span of 5 when there is huge economic recession. Presently, the assets of banking sector grew by 7.7% (QPR, 2010)
THEORETICAL FRAME WORK ZBW A C
H1: There is relationship between A and W H2: There is relationship between B and W H3: There is relationship between C and W H4: There is relationship between W and Z H5: There is relationship between A, B and C with W Research Hypotheses
LITERATURE REVIEW Career planning is a systematic process which includes a) self analysis about own strengthens, weaknesses and abilities, b) identification of career goals and, c) planning the path, attaining related skills and experiences (Hall, 1986: 3) According to Baruch (2004) the relationship of an individual towards the career development is linear
LITERATURE REVIEW Leavitt (1996) argued that in the absence of high salaries the career development is the best tool for the job satisfaction of employees Chang (2002) found that professionals were likely to engage in the strategy of creating opportunities that included tactics of skill development and experiences enhancement to improve their career satisfaction
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