Volume 4 | Issue 1 | 2016



In this work, we examine the degree of interaction between the factors which affect emotion, positive and negative (affectivity), and job satisfaction (job satisfaction) ιin the work of Greek teachers. In addition, we consider whether this level differs between men and women teachers. The main factors considered here is the perception of group cohesion (Perceived cohesion), the ability of emotional intelligence (Emotional Intelligence) and the quality in relation of interaction with school header (Lmx). Other secondary factors studied here are the age of educators, the teacher experience and the size of the school unit. The results show that among both sexes there is a significant difference, in the perception of group cohesion, in the degree of correlation between job satisfaction and perception of group cohesion and in the degree of correlation between positive emotion and satisfaction at work.


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