Sense of Community and Employees Work Attitude: A Moderating Role of Organizational Culture in South-South Universities in Nigeria

Authors

  • Ossai, Ignatius Onwusa

Keywords:

Sense of Community, Employee Work Attitude, Job Involvement, Organizational Culture Job Satisfaction

Abstract

The study examined the relationship between sense of community and Employee Work Attitude: A moderating role of Organizational Culture among the teaching staff of the universities in South-South, Nigeria. The study conclude that sense of community has a very low relationship with employees work attitude in the universities in south-south, Nigeria. Finally, the study recommends that top-management must clearly communicate the organization's philosophy that sense of community represents truth and is the right thing to do and must be embraced at all organizational levels and that top-management must put in place work environment that will make the staff of the university derive meaning in their work. This can be done by providing all the necessary tools required by the staff to meaningfully do their work. These would include adequate security provision of accommodate within the campus, good offices for the staff, well-furnished canteen, very good recreation area and prompt payment of their salary.

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Published

2024-06-08

How to Cite

Ignatius Onwusa, O. . (2024). Sense of Community and Employees Work Attitude: A Moderating Role of Organizational Culture in South-South Universities in Nigeria. BW Academic Journal. Retrieved from https://bwjournal.org/index.php/bsjournal/article/view/1908