Organizational Climate a Predictor of Job Satisfaction among Teachers

Gowthami Chinthala


Organizational climate includes management or leadership styles, participation in decision making, provision of challenging jobs, reduction of boredom and frustration, provision of benefits, personnel policies and provision of good working conditions and creation of suitable career ladder. Teachers’ job satisfaction is one of the key factors in institutional dynamics and understanding of factors affecting teachers’ satisfaction at the workplace is of paramount importance for a successful educational system. The study aims to explore organizational climate as a predictor of teacher’s job satisfaction. Through the review of various studies it establishes the relationship between organizational climate and job satisfaction among teachers.


Organization, Climate, Job Satisfaction, Teachers, working conditions

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