ORGANISATIONAL CLIMATE AND JOB SATISFACTION OF FACULTY MEMBERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION:A STUDY ON BODOLAND UNIVERSITY, ASSAM, INDIAJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.9, No. 01)
Publication Date: 2021-01-20
Authors : Moneswari Boro;
Page : 999-1007
Keywords : Organisational Climate Job satisfaction Higher Education University Faculties;
Organisational climate is a process of quantifying the culture of an organisation. The word climate usually describes the practices involved in communication, conflict, leadership and rewards. Job satisfaction is the level of gratification a person feels regarding his or her job. This feeling is mainly based on an individuals perception of satisfaction. Organisational climate and job satisfaction are distinct but related constructs, and both appear to influence employees understanding of the work environment and their level of job satisfaction. The present study is undertaken with a view to study the relationship between Organisational climate and Job satisfaction of faculty members and also to examine different dimensions of Organisational climate and Job satisfaction in Bodoland University. For the study, an established assessment instrument on organisational climate is used as organisational climate survey instrument which includes organisational design, communication, leadership, teamwork, decision-Making, culture, job satisfaction and motivation (Instrument development by Allen and Mayer, 1991). The survey questionnaire consisted of a series of 35 items which was administrated to selected respondents. The respondents were required to indicate based on a 7 â€“ point scale from strongly disagree to strongly agree. The findings indicate that there is moderate level of relationship between organisational climate and Job satisfaction.
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