Job-related climate, job satisfaction, commitment and organisational citizenship behaviours in Uganda bureau of statistics.
Nabongo, Godfrey Geoffrey
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The main aim of the study was to examine organisational citizenship behaviour in Uganda Bureau of Statistics in relation to the job-related climate, job satisfaction and commitment. This was done by developing a conceptual framework which relates the job-related climate, job satisfaction, commitment and the organisational citizenship behaviours. The specific objectives were to determine the relationship between the job-related climate, job satisfaction, commitment and the organisational citizenship behaviours among various members of the Uganda Bureau of Statistics employees. A cross-sectional correlation survey was adopted. The research instruments were self administered questionnaires. The questionnaires evaluated employees on job-related climate, commitment, job satisfaction, and organisational citizenship behaviours. Using a sample of 140 employees, from a total population of 220, the results revealed a strong significant positive correlation coefficient between job-related climate, commitment, job satisfaction and organisational citizenship behaviours. It can be concluded that the work environment explains most of the variance in organisational citizenship behaviours in Uganda Bureau of Statistics in relation to the magnitude of the beta coefficient in the regression statistical model. There is need to improve the job-related climate, in order to uphold the job satisfaction, increase commitment and positive Organisational citizenship behaviours.