Relationship between Organizational Health Factors and Job Satisfaction in School Personnel under the Office of Primary Educational Service Chumphon Area 1
Keywords:Organizational health factors, job satisfaction, Educational Service Area Office, Chumphon province
The purposes of this research were to study: 1) organizational health aspects of schools under the Office of Primary Educational Service Area 1, Chumphon; 2) the performance satisfaction of administrators, teachers and personnel in schools under the Office of Primary Educational Service Area 1, Chumphon; and 3) the relationship between the organizational health aspects and the performance satisfaction of the following. Samples were 302 administrators, teachers and personnel selected by stratified random sampling. The instrument was a 5 point scale questionnaire, approved by field experts, with content validity at .65-1.00 and reliability at .97. Statistics used in the study were percentage, mean, standard deviation, and Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Coefficient. The research results were as follows: 1) the overall level of organizational health aspects was at a high level and the highest mean was an institutional integration followed by executive’s influence, resource support, academic focus, job morale, interpersonal leadership, and relations leadership, respectively; 2) the overall level of performance satisfaction of administrators, teachers and personnel was also at a high level and the highest mean was in performance success followed by the relationship with colleagues, the job description and working environment, management policy, job security and salary, the relationship with administrators, job responsibility, and job advancement, respectively; 3) the correlation of the overall level of the relationship between organizational health aspects and the performance satisfaction of administrators, teachers and personnel in schools was at a high level (r = 0.99) with statistical significance of .01. The result found job morale correlated to management policy the highest while executive’s influence and performance success was at the lowest.
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