1. Measuring Customer Satisfaction on Life Insurance Products ( Case Study: Lagos State, Nigeria )

A. B. Sogunro; B. Abiola

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 73-80

Abstract
  Modern societies belief life insurance scheme, which is designed to be backbone of man survival, ensure financial security and offers readymade source of long term capital financing for the infrastructural project is capable of combating the besetting problem of man so that life can be made easy and ...  Read More

2. An Empirical Study: Relationship between Employee Motivation, Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment

S. ArunKumar

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 81-93

Abstract
  The study elucidates that the Malaysian retail sector has experienced dramatic changes in the last few decades with the emergence of new retail formats such as hypermarkets, large scale supermarkets, and convenience stores. As a result, it has affected the way employees work and their commitment to their ...  Read More

3. Public Private Partnership in Healthcare Industry in Sri Lanka as an Alternative to Privatization

B. Himalika Narangoda; A. Khathibi

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 95-106

Abstract
  The study is focused on the public-private partnership in health sector in Sri Lanka. As a developing country, Sri Lanka faces a challenging task in order to improve the infrastructure facilities of the country after ending the thirty years of war. There is a requirement to develop the country as a whole ...  Read More

4. The Presenting a Model for Municipalities E-Readiness Assessment

G. R. Memarzadeh; A. R. Jahany

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 107-123

Abstract
  Information technology growth and development has caused to significant revolution in the daily life of the modern societies. Changing organizational approaches in their activities methods has been presented with IT development simultaneously by scholars and endeavors have been continued   ...  Read More

5. Relationship between Corporate Reputation and Customer Loyalty on Nigerian Food and Beverages Industry: PLS Approach

A. H. Gorondutse; H. Hilman; M. Nasidi

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 125-136

Abstract
  This study used the partial least squares (PLS) approach to examine the effect of corporate reputation on the customer loyalty of the Food and Beverages Industry in Nigeria. The data for this study were collected from the customers in Kano State Nigeria. Out of 250 distributed questionnaires, 212 usable ...  Read More

6. Top Management Perception towards Training: An Empirical Study of Travel Agencies in India

A. Singh Lather; Sh. Garg; S. Vikas

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 137-151

Abstract
  The need to develop the required human resources in the tourism industry has become imperative as a consequence of rapidly changing technology and dynamic changes in the international tourism market. And in this regard the role and commitment of the top management towards developing the human resources ...  Read More

7. Personality Dimensions and Job Turnover Intentions: Findings from a University Context

T. Sifuna Mayende; I. Abaasi Musenze

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 153-164

Abstract
  Research has consistently indicated that worker turnover intentions are factors external to an employee; however, little work has investigated turnover intention behavior from personality perspective in a context of a private university in a low resourced country like Uganda.  The purpose of this ...  Read More