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A Causal Model On Job Satisfaction Among The Teaching Force Of Selected Private Schools In Region XI

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Regino T. Panes, Gloria P. Gempes, Rinante L. Genuba



causal model, spiritual leadership, school culture, efficacy belief, job satisfaction, private schools, Philippines



The purpose of this study was to determine the best fit model of job satisfaction. Specifically, it established the interrelationship among spiritual leadership, school culture, efficacy belief, and job satisfaction of the teaching force of selected private schools in Region XI. Quantitative research design and structural equation model were utilized in this study. The data were gathered from the 400 teachers of selected private schools in Region XI. There were four sets of survey questionnaires used in data gathering. Findings revealed that the level of spiritual leadership, school culture, efficacy belief were very high, and high for job satisfaction. There were significant relationships between and among spiritual leadership, school culture, efficacy belief and job satisfaction. Results also revealed that spiritual leadership, school culture, and efficacy belief significantly influence job satisfaction. Importantly, the parsimonious model suggested that spiritual leadership and school culture are drivers of job satisfaction of the teaching force of respondents in the study.



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