ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE AS A DETERMINANT  OF WORKERS’ JOB COMMITMENT IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

  • J. FEJOH Institute of Education, Faculty of Education, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State
  • P. A. ONANUGA Institute of Education, Faculty of Education, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State
  • O. A. IBRAHIM Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling, Faculty of Education, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State
Keywords: Organisational culture, Public secondary school, Workers, Job commitment, Ogun State, Nigeria

Abstract

This study examined organisational culture as a determinant of workers’ job commitment in public secondary schools in Ogun State. The  study adopted an ex-post facto design approach. The population consists of all workers (teaching and non-teaching staff) in secondary schools in Ogun State, Nigeria. A multi-stage random sampling technique was adopted where five (5) public secondary schools (comprising of both junior and senior) were randomly selected from each of the local government area s from twenty (20) local government areas in Ogun State, making a total of ten (10) secondary schools were selected for the study. Stratified random sampling technique was used in selecting ten (10) workers (teaching and non-teaching) from each junior and secondary  schools respectively, making a total number of twenty (20) workers from each of the selected ten (10) secondary schools. A total number of 200 workers was selected  for the  study. The  instrument  used for this study is a questionnaire which is sub-divided into three sections. Section A was used to collect information on personal characteristics of the respondents while Section B contained Workers Organisational Commitment Scale which was designed to measure workers’ job commitment. Section C contained Organisational Climate Index (OCI) and was used to measure organisational culture.  Data was analyzed using regression and T-test analysis at 0.05 level of significance. Findings revealed that organisational culture has significant relationship with public secondary school workers’ job commitment and that there was no significant difference in public secondary school workers’ job commitment between senior and junior school employees. It is concluded that organisational culture determines job commitment of public secondary school employees in Ogun State. Based on the findings, it is therefore recommended  that motivation strategies should adopted to improve teachers’ salaries and promotions. Teachers should positively change their attitude s to work and view their job as more of a  call than a profession.  

 

 

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2019-11-08
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