Jan'21


The IUP Journal of Organizational Behavior

ISSN: 0972-687X

A 'peer reviewed' journal indexed on Cabell's Directory,
and also distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database

It is a quarterly journal focusing on Organization design, Job performance, Motivation and Job satisfaction; Work-life balance and Stress management; Group dynamics; HR policies and practices and management of HR; Turnover and Absenteeism; Leadership and its role in goal setting and innovation in the organization; Organizational culture and decision making, etc.

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Focus Areas
  • Organization Design
  • Job Performance
  • Motivation and Satisfaction
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Good Dynamics
  • Leadership
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The Effects of Emotional Intelligence on Job Satisfaction: A Study of a Vietnamese Electronics Company
50
Investigating Occupational Stress on Faculty of Higher Education in Relation to Organizational Change
50
The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in Job Satisfaction and Effectiveness of Primary School Teachers
50
Spiritual Theory of Leadership Effectiveness
50
       
Contents : (Jan' 2021)

The Effects of Emotional Intelligence on Job Satisfaction: A Study of a Vietnamese Electronics Company
Huynh L Lan and Do N P Trinh

Emotional Intelligence (EI) and job satisfaction are two important concepts in modern-day working environment. This paper examines the relationship between EI and job satisfaction at a Vietnamese Electronics Company through a combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods, group discussion and direct interview of 280 employees. The results identify five key factors of EI, viz., self-awareness, self-regulation, self-motivation, empathy and social skills, that affect job satisfaction positively. The paper also suggests some administrative implications to improve employee EI leading to job satisfaction, thereby improving the work performance at the company.


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Investigating Occupational Stress on Faculty of Higher Education in Relation to Organizational Change
Alka Shrivastava

The Indian higher education system has introduced noticeable changes from time to time for academic development as well as administrative improvement. Autonomy is one of the widely accepted initiatives in education policy and practice in India. Several institutions of higher education have been converted from non-autonomous to autonomous. This conversion has created a big change in the institutions. The individuals' experience during organizational changes is a relevant topic for inquiry and study in the field of organizational development. The purpose of this paper is to present the results of the study on occupational stress due to organizational change among academic faculty of autonomous colleges in Madhya Pradesh, India. The results confirm that there is moderate level of occupational stress due to change in work environment. A comparison of stress levels between the faculty of government and private autonomous colleges and between male and female faculties is also presented. A t-test has been applied to test the hypotheses. The results show that there is no significant difference on stress levels between the faculty of government and private autonomous colleges and between male and female faculties.


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The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in Job Satisfaction and Effectiveness of Primary School Teachers
Prakash C, Chandra S and Chandrashekar H

CSR support to government primary schools is a big help in achieving Universal Elementary Education in the country. Primary school teachers are a valuable human resource in the school system and their job satisfaction and effectiveness need to be reinforced through CSR programs. This paper reports a part of the findings from a larger study carried out in 100 government primary and lower primary schools in Bengaluru rural and urban educational districts. 200 teachers answered a semi-structured interview schedule: Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS) of Dixit (2013) and Teacher Effectiveness Scale (TES) of Kulsum (2011). There was a significant positive correlation between job satisfaction and teacher effectiveness. Only job satisfaction was significantly associated with CSR satisfaction but not teacher effectiveness. CSR should focus on teachers as stakeholders and involve them in planning and executing programs in schools for greater impact.


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Spiritual Theory of Leadership Effectiveness
Jose Mathews

Spirituality, though not controversial, is approached from different perspectives in accordance with the religious practices and thinking. The different schools of spirituality agree on the point that it is concerned with the inner life and the growth and development of a consciousness that is transcendental. Spirituality cannot be relegated to the background of solitude and muted meditative practices. Instead, it has to be brought to the level of active transactions and the world of business where the modern-day leaders are expected to be spiritual leaders. Spiritual leaders rely upon their inner resourcefulness, moral strength and transcendental orientations. When spirituality is practiced at the leadership level, leaders move through a series of stages like connectedness, spiritual intelligence and spiritual consciousness. Spiritual leadership is superior to the traditional leadership paradigm in that it brings about deeper transformative and illuminating outcomes at the leader, follower and situational levels.


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