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|Analyzing the impact of intrinsic job satisfaction of government school teachers special reference to Kalmunai educational zone, Sri Lanka
|Faculty of Management and Commerce South Eastern University of Sri Lanka Oluvil # 32360 Sri Lanka
|Journal of management Volume X. No. 1. pp 34-41. April 2014
|The main purpose of this research study is to investigate the relationship between intrinsic job satisfaction factors such as: Ability Utilization, Achievement, Advancement, Creativity and Moral Values and demographic factors: Gender, Ethnicity, Age, Civil Status, Educational qualifications and Years of Experience of government school teachers working at Kalmunai zone, Ampara district in Sri Lanka. For this research study twelve government schools were selected randomly from Kalmunai educational zone. In order to collect required data for the study, the Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSO) standard method was used. Reliability Analysis, Principal component Analysis, t-test and One-way ANOVA were used to analyze the data. This research study suggested that there is no significant difference was found in the intrinsic satisfaction between male & female teachers and married & unmarried teachers. Age and Years of experiences didn't explore the intrinsic satisfaction difference in teachers. But, the teachers educational qualifications significantly impact on intrinsic job satisfactions
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