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THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CLIMATE ON THE JOB SATISFACTION LEVEL OF HIGHER EDUCATION PERSONNEL IN THE CONDITIONS OF ANTICRISIS MANAGEMENT

[Speaker] Turgumbayeva, Aizhan:1
[Co-author] Sarsenbayeva, Lyaziza:2, Naurzalina, Danna:1, Yeralina, Elmira:1, Bayukanskaya, Svetlana:3, Beknazarova, Aiman:1
1:Turan University (Kazakhstan), 2:Abay Kazakh National Pedagogical University (Kazakhstan), 3:Makhambet Utemisov West Kazakhstan State University (Kazakhstan)

The purpose of the study is research the influence of social and psychological climate on the job satisfaction level of personnel of one national university in Kazakhstan in the conditions of anticrisis management. The research applies Lutoshkin's job satisfaction questionnaire for the 293 (N=293) participants. Among them 70.6% of female and 29.4% of male, of work experience - 8.3 years. The research shows that 94.4% of participants perceive their internal climate as "favorable", whereas only 2.6% of respondentsbelieve it is "unfavorable". Other 3% of participants prefer not to answer.In the context of job satisfaction, 64.37% of participants reflect the satisfaction with the job, whereas 35.63% of personnel unsatisfied with the job. The employee turnover rate is relatively low - 11%. As research findings show, it is evident that in the conditions of anticrisis management, the national university has relatively favorable social and psychological climate with appropriate job satisfaction level.
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