Quantitative Assessment of Factors of Improvement of Labor Efficiency in Higher Education Institutions

1Nuriddin Alikariev, Alohon Alikarieva, Umida Sabirova, Olimkhon Aliqoriev, Farogat Fayzieva


Improving the efficiency of employees' work has always been the most essential management task facing an effective manager. This also applies to the faculty of higher education institutions, which play an important role in the formation of intellectual resources of the country. Correlation and regression analysis is widely used to study the intensity, type and form of dependencies. When analyzing the factors influencing labour productivity, it is important to identify their significance in the total set of productivity. Economic and statistical models describe and reproduce in a formalized form real economic systems, imitating their behaviour in a changing environment. Dispersion analysis is the identification and evaluation of individual factorial features that determine the variability of the effective feature. The significance of various factors is determined by the method of calculation. Average age, profitability, utilization rate, the output of one employee and average salary per person were significant.


quantitative evaluation, teachers, labor efficiency, factors, an object of research, modelling, correlation-regression analysis, dispersion analysis, dispersion, one-factor dispersion analysis, two-way dispersion analysis.

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