Sources of Job Satisfaction among Sports Personnel in Kenyan Universities
The purpose this study was to determine the sources of job satisfaction of sports personnel in Kenyan Universities and whether job satisfaction is mediated by selected socio-demographic factors. Data was collected through questionnaire from 40 sports personnel’s working in Kenyan universities. Data was analyzed for through t-test and one way analysis of variance. Results indicated the major sources of job satisfaction were with relationship with colleagues, workers behaviour , supervision , relationship with administrators in the university and work itself. The sports personnel were dissatisfied with allowances, promotional opportunities, staffing in sport departments, pay and medical cover for athletes. The influence of socio-demographic factors on the causes of satisfaction University status returned significance differences on age and highest academic qualifications. The study recommends that university authorities need to address the sources of dissatisfaction among sports personnel in Kenyan universities.