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Job Satisfaction as Determinants of Organizational Performance

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This study presented the survey carried out among employees of Pasay City South High School (PCSHS). The aim of this research is to investigate the organizational performance leading to job satisfaction. The critical factors leading to organizational performance have been investigated through survey among teaching staff and non-teaching staff. Some interesting insights of the study are (a) The demographic variables of the respondents, to a large extent contribute to a high salary of the respondents. b) The level of job satisfaction and organizational performance are dependent on the profile of respondents. c) Policy and administration, supervision, responsibility, interpersonal relations and pay were perceived the most important factors contributing to organizational performance.
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  • College of Architecture, Qassim University, Buraidah City, KSA
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