Job Satisfaction and Work Performance of Public Secondary School Teachers In Akoko North West Local Government Area Of Ondo State
Keywords:Job satisfaction, work performance, productivity, public secondary schools.
AbstractThe study examined the relationship between job satisfaction and work performance of secondary school teachers in Akoko North West Local Government Area of Ondo-State, Nigeria. The study population consisted of all secondary school teachers, while two hundred of them were randomly selected for the study. Regular payment of salary, opportunities for promotion, rapport with school authority, in-service training, job security, career prospect and retirement benefits were the variables considered. The questionnaire titled “Workers Opinion Survey Inventory (WOSI)” and the Productivity Rating Scale (PRS) which was in line with Annual Performance Evaluation Report (APPER) was used to obtain information for the study. The data was analyzed using Pearson Product Correlation Moment. One of the recommendations made include the onward review of policies, remuneration and work conditions of teachers in the public secondary schools in Nigeria for optimum productivity.
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