Human resource management practices, procedural justice, distributive justice, organisational stress and teacher organisational Citizenship behaviours in schools.
Nakibuuka, Irene Janice
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The main purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between HR practices, Organisational justice, Organisational stress and Teacher OCB. This was carried out by developing a conceptual model, which related HR practices, Organisational justice, Organisational stress and Teacher OCB among selected schools in Kampala and Wakiso districts. Using a cross-sectional design, the study generated quantitative data from 220 randomly selected respondents who included head teachers and teachers. Convenience sampling was used to administer questionnaires to respondents’ as a data collection instrument about the variables. The study revealed no significant relationship between HR practices and Organisational stress (-0.21), Procedural justice, distributive and Organisational stress (0.08). Results also revealed no significant difference between Organisational Stress and Supervisor or Self rated Teacher OCB (-0.05; -0.14).Testing the strength of the relationship indicated that all variables predict 54.7% of Teacher OCB. The data collected further revealed that Organisational justice predicted teacher OCB. The study recommends that there is a need to improve teacher’s perception of fairness in the way they are treated and to ensure fairness in the way things are done so as to encourage constructive OCB’s among teachers.