THE HUMAN RESOURCES PRACTICES AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE STAFFS JOB SATISFACTION IN THE UNIVERSITY OF DAMASCUS-SYRIA
Dr. Salah Alden Mosli kurdi
Abstract: The current research was developed to determine the impact of human resources practices and its influence on the staff’s job satisfaction in the university of Damascus Syria. The methodology used was the quantitative approach. The questionnaire survey was used as an instrument for collecting primary data from the research sample. The random sampling method has been applied in the study. The finding revealed that employee training, employee recruitment, and employee assessment have a significant and positive impact on the employee training, employee recruitment, and employee assessment, where the values = (β= 0.090, 0.0469, and 0.392) respectively, (t= 5.229, 7.761, and 2.677) respectively, and (p= 0.004, 0.000, and 0.000) respectively.
[ FULL TEXT PDF 1-7 ] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2020.38
APPLYING THE E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES IN SAUDI ARABIA: A THEORETICAL VIEWPOINT
Dr. Jaithen Alharbi
Abstract: Electronic government (E-government) diffusion and implementation is a global topic that concerns many developed and developing countries worldwide. However, international efforts to provide e-services to different stakeholders (citizens) differ from one country to another regarding readiness, challenges, implementations, and diffusions. These differences are due to technological, political, cultural, economic, and social differences. Several studies on e-government have focused on the technological, economic, and political aspects of implementation. In contrast, others have examined factors that influence citizens’ performance of e-government services, such as availability, accessibility, usability, awareness, and trust. This study will focus on the influence of Mediators roles played by third parties in helping diffusion and implementation of e-government. The outcome of this study will create a conceptual model for studying e-government implementation in Saudi Arabia. The theoretical implications of the study are discussed, offering recommendations for future research directions.
[ FULL TEXT PDF 1-9 ] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2020.37