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The Study of Work Stress and Coping Strategies of Administration Staff in Private Colleges of Technology
Private colleges of technology
|Abstract:||本研究旨在調查私立技術學院行政人員之工作壓力及因應策略，以臺灣107學年度10所私立技術學院之現職行政人員，包括教師兼行政職及專職行政職為對象，採用便利抽樣方式抽取樣本，總計發出500份問卷，回收378份，扣除無效問卷後為364份，72.80%。回收問卷之資料處理以平均數、標準差、獨立樣本 t 考驗、單因子變異數分析等統計方法，加以分析。臺灣10所私立技術學院之現職行政人員之研究，結論如下：
This study investigated the working pressure and coping strategies of the administrative staff of private technical colleges. The present administrative staffs of 10 private technical colleges in Taiwan in 2018 school year, including part-time administrative staff from teachers and full-time administrative staff, were taken as the research objects. The convenience sampling method was adopted. A total of 500 questionnaires were distributed, and 378 were collected (there are 364 pieces after deducting invalid questionnaires), accounting for 72.80%. The data were analyzed with average mean, standard deviation, independent sample t test, and one-way ANOVA. Concerning the present administrative staff of 10 private technical colleges in Taiwan, the results are as follows: 1. For the working pressure, the administrative staffs of private technical colleges with different background variables have no significant differences in gender, marriage, whether they are both teachers and administrative staffs, age, education background, seniority, etc., but there are significant differences in the administrative districts where the colleges are located. 2. For the coping strategies, the administrative staffs of private technical colleges with different background variables have no significant differences in different marriages, ages, seniority and administrative districts where the colleges are located, but there are significant differences in gender, teachers and administrative staff and educational background. For the working pressure and coping strategies of administrative staff in private technical colleges, some suggestions are proposed for the colleges’ administrative directors and administrative staff respectively as a reference for relevant personnel and future follow-up researchers. 1.Colleges’ administrative directors: (1)Administrative division of labor requires coordination of all departments and offices, and business requires room for flexible transfer. (2)When administrative positions are arranged, the specialty of administrative staff should be taken into account for the appointment based on specialty. 2.Suggestions for administrative staff: (1)Part-time administrative staff from teachers: when accepting administrative positions, they should propose or reflect the reduction of teaching hours and research load. (2)For full-time administrative staff facing the pressure of the workplace, establishing a good interpersonal relationship is the basis of administration, and striving for the support of college’s supervisors, colleagues, teachers and students will make the administration work goes on more smoothly.
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