Psychological well-being and Job Satisfaction between library personnel of Public and Private University Libraries of Haryana, India.
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The present study was planned with the intension to figure out attributes of psychological well-being and job satisfaction between library personnel of selected public and private university libraries of Haryana, India. Job satisfaction is a pivotal element that directly based on psychological well-being that include monetary, social as well as psychological factors like job security, working environment, relations with co-workers etc. Survey research design was adopted to collect data from library personnel of 8 public and 9 private university libraries. A response rate is 81%.
The study revealed that when library personnel of public university libraries compared with private university libraries, the result reveals there is no significant difference on the level of psychological well-being and job satisfaction based on attributes such as relationship with co-workers; recognition and new initiative on the job; Promotion and Career Development; and working environment and availability of operational equipment to perform work. But there are some attributes such as Salary and Fringe benefits; Job security and work-life balance and feeling of accomplishment and effective job design showed that there is significant difference in the level of psychological well-being and job satisfaction between library personnel of public and private university libraries of Haryana, India
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