JOB SATISFACTION AND COMMITMENT LEVEL IN POST GRADUATE TEACHERS: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT

Shakila Malik, Asma Asma

Abstract


This study aimed to explore the mediating role of perceived organizational support (POS) on the relationship between commitment level and job satisfaction, which is considered as an important outcome for the development of well-being at work. Data was collected through questionnaire from 249 teachers from public universities of Pakistan. Convenient sampling technique was used. The collected data were analyzed through SPSS-21 using multiple regression analysis. Results indicated that POS fully mediated the relationship between commitment level and job satisfaction. Implications for management educational practice and limitations of the study are discussed.


Keywords


Perceived Organization Support, Commitment Level, Job satisfaction, University teachers, Peshawar, KP, and Pakistan

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