The Reality of Electronic Training and Its Relationship to the Employees' Morale in Palestinian Universities "Case Study of Al-quds University and Al-istiqlal Universities"

Ilham Sade Saed Jweiles
2022 International journal of economics, business and management research  
This study aims to identify the reality of electronic training and its relation to raising employees' morale within Palestinian universities. The study case aimed to be directed toward Al-Quds University and Al-Istiqlal University, where it came to define the electronic training, its pros, cons, components, and its relation to employees' morale. The study used a descriptive approach, where the main sources for data collection were both primary and secondary sources such as; books, magazines,
more » ... websites. These sources helped in the formulating and designing of the questionnaire built to understand the relationship between electronic training and Employee; morale. For the study population and its sample; the study sample consisted of the clamshell sample. The study population consisted of all employees of Al-Quds University, which numbered 732 employees, and Al-Istiqlal University, which numbered 320 employees. Moreover, the selection was designed based on the electronic sample calculator, the number of sample members reached 282 employees. Al-Quds University employees should make up 69.5% of the sample members, about 196 employees by calculating the relative distribution. While the number of sample members from Al-Istiqlal University was 86%. Two hundred fifty-one employees of the two universities answered the questionnaire; that is, the response rate to the questionnaire was 90%. The results were statistically analyzed using SPSS software.
doi:10.51505/ijebmr.2022.6915 fatcat:lzqwm5x2nzh67oedudcwployce