INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE ON THE PRODUCTIVITY AMONG ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYEES AT TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION

Adeolu O. Olatoye (PhD), A. O. Okusanya (PhD), A. G. Ojeyinka, V. E. Essang

Abstract


This study employed a descriptive study design to comprehensively assess the current organizational climate at Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) as perceived by administrative employees. A survey of both senior and junior administrative staff was conducted using a convenience sampling approach, with a total of 100 respondents participating. The research instrument utilized a questionnaire comprising two sections: Section A collected sociodemographic information, while Section B focused on the study's objectives, employing a four-point Likert scale. The instrument demonstrated strong reliability with a Cronbach Alpha coefficient of 0.89. Data analysis was carried out using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) to calculate mean scores and standard deviations. The findings revealed a generally favorable organizational climate within TASUED, closely aligned with high levels of job satisfaction and engagement among administrative employees. However, a noteworthy disconnect was observed between different stakeholders' perspectives and recommendations. This incongruity underscores the need for refinements in certain aspects of TASUED's organizational climate to better meet the expectations of its administrative staff. Addressing these identified gaps through comprehensive surveys and focused group deliberations could lead to a more conducive organizational climate, increased job satisfaction, heightened engagement, and enhanced productivity among administrative employees at TASUED.


Keywords


Influence, Organizational Climate, Productivity, Administrative Employees, TASUED.

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