Bonus, Fringe benefits, retirement, job satisfaction, university lecturers.


The main aim of the study is to find the effect of bonus, fringe benefits and retirement on job satisfaction of lecturers in Nangarhar University. In order to collect the data from the respondents an online questionnaire was adopted by using Likert scales from one to five. The questionnaire for the study was sent online to the respondents and finally received 93 responses. Data were analyzed by Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) version 25 by Linear regression. Reliability of the data was also tested. Reliability of job satisfaction dimension was 0.78. Reliability of fringe benefits was 0.83 Moreover, the reliability of bonus was 0.76 and reliability of retirement was 0.842.  After analyzing the data result of the study also showed that fringe benefits do not have significant positive impact on job satisfaction. In addition, it was found that bonus has a significant positive impact on job satisfaction. Moreover, it was also found that retirement has significant positive impact on job satisfaction.


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How to Cite

Sahibzada, A., & Pandya, H. (2023). EFFECT OF FINANCIAL INCENTIVES ON JOB SATISFACTION OF LECTURERS IN NANGARHAR UNIVERSITY. International Journal of Management, Public Policy and Research, 2(2), 89–93. https://doi.org/10.55829/ijmpr.v2i2.151