The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of institutional changes on the working environment and health of employees working in the Centralized dean’s office and students, their motivation and training duties. Research methods included observation, interviews, questionnaires and statistical approaches. Research results suggest that formation of the learning environment is most strongly influenced by a number of factors, such as institutional changes, infrastructural developments of the University managerial qualities of employees, their cooperation level with students and above all - motivation for creative and conscientious work, individual and career development conditions, socio-psychological climate and management style. The study found the following dependence of students: combination of work and study duties increased the frequency of stress cases and ill health, but increased motivation for the development of self-organization.
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EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 5, 1899-1910
Publication date: 19 Feb 2018
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