This study assessed the level of job satisfaction of female managers employed in college and university food service, specific to variables related to work and family life. One hundred and sixty participants of this study were female managers employed in food service management on a college or university campus and are members of the National Association of College and University Food Service (NACUFS). Data revealed that the managers had a high level of job satisfaction, a somewhat positive effect on family life, and had some difficulty balancing work and family.Salary had a moderately high mean job satisfaction rating (M = 5.09, SD = 1.53). ... Current food service industry research reports that job transfers are common for managers in order to obtain advancement opportunities (Cohen, 2004, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Job Satisfaction of Female Managers of College and University Food Service as it Relates to Work and Family Life|
|Author||:||Michelle Strong Vash|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|