Organizations claim to make policy changes for betterment in the workplace, improving operations or creating a safer environment for employees. But employees' initial reaction is often resistance to these changes unless they are convinced with the claim. This paper compares the opinions of teaching faculty of public and private universities on company policy and practices, sub variable of job satisfaction.The population contained all teaching faculty of universities in KP province. For drawing sample, universties selection was done randomly. Fourteen universities were selected through simple random sampling method out of 30 universites. 420 respondents were randomly selected from the population. Data collection was done through Minnesota Questionnaire. Insignificant difference is reported between the opinions of teaching faculty of these two sector universities on company policy and practices domain of their job satisfaction
1-Rukhsana Aziz PhD Scholar, Department of Education, Northern University, Nowshehra, KP, Pakistan.2-Rahmatullah Shah Assistant Professor, Institute of Education and Research, University of Science & Technology Bannu, KP, Pakistan.
Job Satisfaction, Teaching Faculty, University, Policy and Practices