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Faculty attraction and retention

factors affecting faculty mobility at the University of Minnesota

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        StatementBureau of Institutional Research, University of Minnesota
        PublishersBureau of Institutional Research, University of Minnesota
        LC Classifications1960
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 129 p. :
        Number of Pages79
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        ISBN 10nodata
        2no. 2.
        3Report series (University of Minnesota.Bureau of Institutional Research) ;

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Rondeau and Wager 2001 opined that opportunities for growth and long-term career prospects are crucial for academic staff. Effective Practice Guidelines Series, 1—43. Discussion Outline of the findings The current study aimed to identify factors that influence the retention of academic staff in a Ghanaian technical university. It has also been deeply informed by a clarity about the Academy's core differentiating value: as a school within Boston University, we have distinctive opportunities for teachers and students to utilize the resources of a major research university ranging from lab opportunities to lectures to interaction with leading scholars.

We also need to ensure that those teachers do not "burn out" or grow stale but, instead, remain vital and engaged in their teaching, intellectual endeavors, and school community.

The classic study Faculty attraction and retention Herzberg and the experience of Chapel Hill- Chauncy Hall School also suggest that Best Practices for faculty retention avoids the facile and widespread assumption that the panacea is more teacher pay and incentives.

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The link between perceived human resource management practices, engagement and employee behaviour: A moderated mediation model. Significantly but not surprisingly, when CH-CH polled administrators at several dozen other schools for their opinions about what is most salient to faculty retention, far and away the most responses involved spending money on teachers: "professional development and support" and "salaries and benefits improvement.

This was the leading retention factor expressed. CH-CH instituted a similar approach by celebrating the strengths of its faculty in new ways and distributing a brochure about why it was special to be able to teach at Chapel Hill- Chauncy Hall. "Influential Factors Affecting The Attraction And Retention Of Minority Faculty In Engineering And Technology Programs".