EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS ON JOB SATISFACTION IN EDUCATION SECTOR OF GHANA. A CASE STUDY OF CHRISTIAN SCHOLARS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KWADASO

Isaac Ampofo Atta Junior

DOI: 10.26480/ess.01.2020.35.40

ABSTRACT
The principal purpose of the study was to address the effect of organizational politics on job satisfaction in education sector by assessing the positive and negative organizational politics, assessing the connection between organizational politics and job satisfaction and identifying the major job satisfaction factors. The main research design was a case study. The study has a population of 36 with a sample size of 24 from all functions performed using systematic stratified random sampling. The data collection instrument used was questionnaire with a survey as data gathering technique. It was realized that organizational politics relates with job satisfaction in the education sector of Ghana. Also, positive political behavior can be advantageous to greater organizational equality and money, culture, working conditions and security are major factors of job satisfaction respectively.

KEYWORDS
Organizational, politics, job, satisfaction

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