Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment Among Teachers of the Bohol Association of Catholic Schools, Diocese of Tagbilaran
Job Satisfaction is an attitude the employees have about their jobs, while organizational commitment refers to a widely recognized theory covering normative, affective, and continuance aspects. The study aimed to assess the level of job satisfaction and organizational commitment among teachers in BACS. Furthermore, it examined the correlation between job satisfaction and organizational commitment. It also looked into the significant difference in job satisfaction between the respondents’ years of service. The study used the quantitative descriptive-normative survey method to gather data through standardized questionnaires. From 311 teachers, a random sample of 291 respondents was selected with a +/-1.46% margin of error at a 95% confidence interval. Results revealed that teachers were highly satisfied with their jobs, while had a moderate organizational commitment (rs = 0.524, p = 0.000). Moreover, Spearman’s rank-order correlation test revealed a positive correlation between job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Furthermore, a Kruskal-Wallis H test showed a statistically significant difference in job satisfaction between the respondents’ years of service, = 10.124, p=0.018, with a mean rank job satisfaction of 170.36 for one year and below, 137.76 for more than one year – three years, 124.70 for more than three years – five years, and 148.75 for more than five years. A Dunn-Bonferroni test showed that teachers employed for one year and below significantly had higher job satisfaction than those who stayed for more than three years – five years.
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