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Ciencia & trabajo

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MONTOYA CACERES, Pamela et al. Work satisfaction and its relation with the organizational climate in officials of a Chilean state university. Cienc Trab. [online]. 2017, vol.19, n.58, pp.7-13. ISSN 0718-2449.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-24492017000100007.

Objective:

To determine the relationship between job satisfaction and the organizational climate of teachers and administrators of an insti tution of higher education in the commune of Chillán-Chile.

Method:

A quantitative, correlational study of 166 workers. The Labor Satisfaction Questionnaire S20 / 23, the Organizational Climate Instrument and a questionnaire were used to identify the sociodemographic and labor background of the participants.

Results:

95% of the teachers and 90,6% of the administrators said they felt satisfied with their work. 80% of the teachers and 72,7% of the administrative staff showed a high level of organizational climate or work environment. The most satisfied and highest-perceived employees are those who are between 15 and 29 years of age at university and those who work less than 40 hours a week. Those who have a contract are more satisfied and the contractor perceives a higher level of organizational climate. The correlation between the overall organizational climate and work satisfaction scores was statistically significant in both teachers (r = 0,523, p <0,001) and administrative (r = 0,468, p <0,001).

Conclusion:

The perception of a high organizational climate is associated to a higher level of job sat isfaction of teachers and administrators.

Palavras-chave : JOB SATISFACTION; WORK ENVIRONMENT; TEACH ERS; ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF.

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