Role of Organizational climate in managing Job Satisfaction among Academic Staff: Empirical Evidence from Education Sector of Pakistan

Munazza Mukhtar

Abstract


The study aims to establish a relationship between organizational climate and employee’s job satisfaction among faculty members of public and private universities of Pakistan a developing country context. About 100 responses from university faculty members were collected with the help of a structured questionnaire by using convenience sampling method. Results indicate that organizational climate and job satisfaction vary together. Results also revealed that organizational climate has a significant impact on employee’s job satisfaction. It was also observed that employee’s perception about organizational climate is different at junior and senior level. This research helps to identify, the significant purpose of organizational climate that can upsurge the job satisfaction. This study is a positive contribution in the field of organizational psychology as well as it will help the concerned authorities for suitable policymaking.


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