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International Journal of New Technology and Research

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The Effects of Emotional Intelligent on Job Satisfaction: The Evidence from National School Teachers in Jaffna District

( Volume 4 Issue 3,March 2018 ) OPEN ACCESS

Ramakrishnan Vivek


Educational systems around the world have rapidly experiencing changes and reforms, impacting to teachers’ job satisfaction. Despite these changes, discussion on how to predict teachers’ satisfaction is complex and remains difficult to evaluate. This study addresses the gap in the literature by investigating the role of emotional intelligence in teachers’ job satisfaction. This study analyses the relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) which consists four dimensions: self-regulations, self-awareness, self-motivation and social skill (relationship management) and job satisfaction Respondents were 212 teachers in 3 most leading National schools in Jaffna District. Data was collected through questionnaire survey and a significant correlation emerges from the data between emotional intelligence and job satisfaction. Overall, this research contributes to the emotional intelligence literatures by providing meaningful management implications to the school administrators and Sri Lankan Higher Education System. higher education system.

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