Organizational Culture, Commitment and Job Satisfaction of Faculty in Private-Sectarian Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)

Maria Leodevina C. Batugal

Abstract


This study explored the organizational culture, organizational commitment and job satisfaction of the faculty members
of the St. Paul University System (SPUS). This study employed a descriptive and correlational research design. The
data gathered were analyzed and interpreted using frequency and percentage distribution to confirm statistical
assumptions and to describe the participants' profile in terms of the identified variables. The weighted mean was used
to interpret the responses obtained from the use of the Likert's scale. The regression analysis was used to determine the
best predictors of job satisfaction and organizational commitment while Pearson and Chi-Square were used to
determine the degree of relationship between the variables. The results of this study indicate that there is a significant
positive relationship between job satisfaction and organizational culture. It was also found out that job satisfaction
predicts organizational commitment. The results of this study will be a basis for the SPUS to strengthen the
organizational commitment and explore various ways to raise the level of job satisfaction of the faculty members of the
respondent-institutions.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v9n2p123

 

World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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