Organizational culture, employee engagement and job Satisfaction
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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between organizational culture, employee engagement and job satisfaction among teachers of Dream Africa Schools. A correlational and cross-sectional design was used on a sample of 150respondents were 76questionnaires were collected back. The researcher used simple random sampling to select participants, data entry was done using SPSSv23, and data analysis was done using Pearson correlation. The findings of the research show that there is no significant relationship between organizational culture and employee engagement; no significant relationship between employee engagement and job satisfaction; and no significant relationship between organizational culture and job satisfaction. The research therefore concluded that organizational culture at Dream Africa schools does not affect employee’s engagement and satisfaction with their jobs. The research recommended that other intervening variables such as organization commitment, turnover intentions and job retention could be used in order to explore the effect of organizational culture on the employees.