DBA (Doctorate Business Administration) -Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Malaysia
MBA of Marketing, the Arab academy for banking and financial sciences / Jordan
Bachelor of Business Administration, Yarmouk University / Jordan
- Management, Human resource management (HRM), Marketing
- Forthcoming Article: Khanfar.F, (2018), The impact of HRM practices on service recovery performance: An empirical study of the UAE - Abu Dhabi's health care sectors, Global and stochastic analysis, Vol.5 no.8.
- Khanfar.F and Habbal.F, (2017), Investigating the relationship between employee satisfaction and employee retention, An empirical study of the UAE - Abu Dhabi's healthcare sectors, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, Vol 15, ISSN: O972-7302
- Habbal. F and Khanfar. F, (2017), Standers of online and smart services for academic institutions in UAE, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, Vol 15, ISSN: O972-7302.
Principles of Management, Principles of Marketing, Managing performance, Strategic management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Communication, Organizational Change, Time Management, Business Ethics, Leadership for Managers, Leadership and Teamwork, Organization and Job Design, HRD, HR Planning and Staffing, Strategic HRM, Internship,
Investigating the relationship between employee satisfaction and employee retention an empirical study of the United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi's healthcare sectors
Jun 07, 2017
The objective of this empirical study was to investigate the relationship between employee satisfaction and employee retention among nurses in the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.), namely in Abu Dhabi's hospitals. A self - administered questionnaire was developed as the primary data collection method. Data was then analysed using SPSS Statistics 20.0 software. The questionnaire was distributed and delivered to 255 nurses in five hospitals in Abu Dhabi. Descriptive statistics as well as correlation and multiple regression analysis techniques were employed to establish the relationship between the variables. Variables such as employee rewards, role ambiguity, organizational support and organizational commitment were found to be significantly influential towards job satisfaction, while there was no significant association between employee rewards, organizational commitment and employee job satisfaction. The study revealed that independent variables correlation with dependent variable and the study indicated that the employee rewards and organizational commitment lead to employee satisfaction but however, they do not result in job satisfaction. Based on the findings, a number of recommendations were introduced to enhance and improve the factors that influenced job satisfaction and employee retention in Abu Dhabi's hospitals. Contributions to Human Resource Management (HRM) for future research were addressed and discussed. © Serials Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Standards of online and smart services for Standards of online and smart services for academic institutions in UAE
Jun 06, 2017
Electronic management considered important tool for businesses to interact and communicate outside its borders. Using the web and new technologies of electronic communication facilitates the basis of Electronic management. This research provides a theoretical definition and concepts of E-management and its usage in academic institutions, by focusing on the role of E-management in achieving efficiency and effective performance of academic organizations within a smart services in different management transactions. Also, it will provides recommendations to show the importanceof using total quality in E-studies as well as studying the methods of evaluating the students feedback and reviews on converting to online smart services.