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|Title: ||Human resource practices, empowerment, procedural justice, commitment and teacher OCB in schools: a case of selected public secondary schools in Kampala and Wakiso Districts|
|Authors: ||Nabanenya, Flavia Ntulume|
|Keywords: ||Human resource practices|
Organizational Citizenships Behavior
|Issue Date: ||10-Aug-2009 |
|Abstract: ||The main purpose of the study was the relationship between HR Practices, Empowerment, Procedural Justice, Commitment and Organizational Citizenships Behavior. The objectives of the study were the relationship between HR Practices and Empowerment, HR Practices and Procedural Justice, HR Practices and Commitment, HR Practices, Empowerment and OCB, and HR Practices, Procedural Justice, Commitment and OCB.
The study was carried out by developing a Conceptual framework which was related according to the objectives. A survey was conducted using secondary school teachers and head teachers in the selected schools in Kampala and Wakiso Districts. A convince and persuasive sampling was used to select 220 respondents. The research methods employed included self-administered questionnaires for the teachers and a supervisor rated OCB questionnaire for the head teachers.
The results revealed a positive significant relationship between HR Practices and Commitment. Commitment is strongly correlated with OCB than any other Variables.
This report indicates that there is a need to improve on the HR Practices in secondary schools and how they are administrated, empower the teachers at all levels, design fair procedures which are accepted by all the school in order to make the teachers committed to their work, so that they are able to go an extra mile in what they do for the school thus OCB|
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