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Assessing The Moderating Effect Of Gender On Employees Job Satisfactions In The Public Sector (evidence From Ghana)
The study examined the moderating effect of gender on the level of job satisfaction and level of employees' performance in the public sector of Ghana. Four hundred (400) respondents were chosen from selected Ministries, Departments and Agencies to present a reasonable coverage. The research approach adopted for this study was quantitative method. Data sources used were obtained from primary sources. Self-Administered questionnaires were used for collect data. Stratified and simple random sampling techniques were used. Descriptive statistical and Structural equation models (the SPSS version 21) were used for the data analysis.
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