Noor Saadah Zainal Abidin

Noor Saadah Zainal Abidin
Infrastructure University of Kuala Lumpur | KLIUC · Faculty of Business and Accounting

PhD Educational Administration

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Additional affiliations
January 2015 - present
Infrastructure University of Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)
Position
  • Supervisors for PhD in Business Adminstration students
Description
  • Chairman of supervisory committees, Supervisors, Internal Examiners for PhD and Masters students' thesis and project papers. External Assessors for Professorships and External Reviewers for Journal Publications.
Education
June 2002 - May 2008
Putra University, Malaysia
Field of study
  • Educational Adminstration
July 1997 - June 1998
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Field of study
  • Human Resource Management
January 1985 - December 1987
Indiana State University
Field of study
  • Finance

Publications

Publications (15)
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ABSTRACT University programs prepare students with skills and knowledge for the workforce and employment, and graduates gain professional qualifications that are recognized and respected worldwide. The phrase "education is essential" is an understatement because education is the most effective weapon for improving, expanding, and developing the hu...
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This study aims to investigate the relationship between perceived compensation factors and retention of local skilled labor in Governmental Infrastructure and Project Department (GIPD) in Victoria, Seychelles. There are five factors namely Financial compensation, Benefits & Social Security, Policies, Medicare, Training, Supervision & Leadership wer...
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Employee motivation in higher education institutions is a significant issue. Higher education institutions are facing the challenge in motivating their skilled employees. The objective of the study is to examine the factors strongly affect employees' motivation in Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL). The study used quantitative research m...
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In our daily lives, critical and stressful events can take many various shapes. Stressful conditions, such as natural disasters and epidemics, may sometimes be more serious on a national or global scale, as it affects our life, jobs and life events in general (Drigas & Papoutsi, 2020). With the advent of the Covid-19 virus, we were in such a terrib...
Research
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Many topics are not addressed in classrooms because of the breadth and depth of information that is accessible in a globalized, technological society (Cone, 1998). Real-world problems are complex and no single discipline can adequately describe and resolve these issues (Edwards, 1996, Gaff & Ratcliff, 1997). Educational experiences are more authent...
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This paper aims to study the relationship between selected macroeconomic factors and gold price in Malaysia. Among macroeconomic factors (independent variables) for this study are crude oil prices, ringgit currency exchange rate, real Malaysian Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and Malaysian inflation rate in quarterly period from year 2005 to year 201...
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The study investigates Quality Work Life (QWL) in a private higher learning institution measured along eight (8) dimensions identified from literature namely work, benefits, supervision, growth, communication, fairness, safety and the organization among employees QWL. Differences in employees' highest education, years of services and job categories...
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Microfinance has been used as a tool to facilitate credits to the 'unbankable' low income earners across the globe; it is yet to record commendable success in Nigeria. Low outreach performance has been more obvious in impoverished northern Nigeria. This region composes of mostly Muslims and is highly influenced by their religious and cultural incli...
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The purpose of this study is to determine students' satisfaction with campus climate factors in a private higher learning institution, the Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur( IUKL). The Study Group by the Univesity of California (2007) measured campus climate as a real or perceived of the campus environment as it relates to interpersonal, acade...
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The purpose of this study is to determine business students' perceptions with intangibles of support staff and its relationships to their satisfaction level in higher learning institutions. The five intangibles were identified from the literature reviews (responsiveness, courtesy, empathy, reliability and assurance) in relation to students' satisfa...
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This study determines business students' perception of intangibles as a strong predictors to their satisfaction with services provided by the Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University college (KLIUC). Six predictors variables identifies from the literature namely: qualities of program of study, facilities, academic staff, support services, accessibili...
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This study determines students' satisfaction in higher learning institutions along 5 dimensions identified from the literature . These include tangible factors ( programme, facilities, academic staff and support services as well as intangible factor which is campus climate. Differences among years and levels of studies were identified among various...
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While much is known generally about predictors of customers satisfaction, their approach to the public polytechnics is rarer. No attempt has been made to examine business students'' perceptions of service quality and its relationships to their satisfaction. The four service quality dimensions identified from the literature is an attempt to seek stu...

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Is it possible that  performance appraisal moderates the relationship between psychological contract and intention to stay?
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