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Exploring Job Satisfaction And Organizational Commitment Relationship: A Study Of Key Employee Groups In A Multi-campus Public University In Northern Ghana
This paper examines the relationship between Job Satisfaction (JS) and Organizational Commitment (OC) of Teaching Staff (TS), Non-Teaching Staff (NTS) and Senior Staff (SS) groups of a multi-campus public University in Northern Ghana. Out of a total of 251 questionnaires that were administered to the three employee groups of the University for Development Studies (UDS), a usable 192 questionnaires - achieving 76% response rate - were returned for analysis. Whilst the study employs One Way ANOVA to compare JS and the commitment level of the three employee groups to the University, Correlation and Regression Analyses were performed to establish associations and to determine the cause-effect
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