INTERCEDING EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND JOB SATISFACTION: A CONFIRMATION FROM PRIMARY PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF PUNJAB.

Rao Kashif Ali, Muhammad Ali Hamza

Abstract


The focus of this empirical study is to examine the interceding effect of Perceived Organizational Support (POS) between Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Job Satisfaction (JS). For this purpose, random data of 300 respondents was collected from primary public schools of four districts of Punjab, Pakistan i.e. Lahore, Sahiwal, Okara and Nankana Sahib through self-administrative questionnaires. The time legged approach is used in collection of data to decrease self-biasness of responses. Sequential Equation modeling is applied to test the effectiveness and fitness of model. The results of the study suggest that job satisfaction is positively affected by emotional intelligence Perceived Organizational Support (POS) also influences the relationship between emotional intelligence and job satisfaction. Practical implications and future directions are also provided.

Key terms: Job Satisfaction, Emotional Intelligence, Perceived Organizational Support


Keywords


Human Resource Development;Education;Human Resource Development

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