Relarionship between Work Variations Andteacher Commitment in Kenya

Sharon Matama Gichaba

Abstract


The nature of the work performed by employees has a significant impact on their level of job satisfaction. On the other hand, It implies that if the supervisory exchange is deemed beneficial the worker will reciprocate by having more positive attitude towards the supervisor and the workplace, experience greater job satisfaction, improved organizational commitment and the intention to leave or turnover may reduce. The study examined the effect of four job satisfaction determinants on commitment of teachers in public secondary schools in Kenya with the employee’s age as a moderating variable.

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