Productive teacher job satisfaction in vocational high school: Disentangling organizational climate, facility management, and organizational citizenship behavior

Soparidah Soparidah, R. Madhakomala, Ivan Hanafi

Abstract


This study aims to determine the effect of organizational climate, management of facilities and infrastructure, organizational citizenship behavior on the job satisfaction of productive teachers. The research method uses a quantitative approach with a survey method. The research sample was conducted at 46 schools with a total of 270 productive teachers in Vocational High Schools in East Jakarta, Indonesia. Data analysis using path analysis. Results: there is no direct influence of organizational climate on job satisfaction of productive teachers; there is no direct effect of facility and infrastructure management on job satisfaction of productive teachers; there is a direct influence of organizational citizenship behavior on job satisfaction of productive teachers

Keywords


organizational climate; management of facilities and infrastructure; organizational citizenship behavior; job satisfaction; productive teachers

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