The worth of employees in the running of organizations has been analyzed and debated by management experts, sociologists and psychologists in depth and detail. For all practical purposes, employee satisfaction is essential for carrying out the activities of any organization and achieving its goals and objectives for which it came into existence, be it in Government/Public or in private sector. Job satisfaction describes how content an individual is with his/her job. The Universities are considered as highest seats of learning. These mainly comprise of students, teachers and non-teaching employees. The role of non-teaching employees has great significance in the functioning of today's universities. This book deals with some of the important issues of managing men in the Universities. It describes the importance of non-teaching employees, the factors that contribute to their job satisfaction and the measures the university authorities can take for improving their job satisfaction. This book will be very useful to the practicing HR Managers and also to the students, researchers/scholars in preparation of their project reports, dissertations and thesis in the area of HRM.