Influence of Emotional Intelligence and Work-Family Conflict on Organizational Citizenship Behaviour of Secondary School Business Subjects’ Teachers in Ogun State
Bukki, Abolaji Olugbenga

This study examined the influence of Emotional Intelligence and Work-Family Conflict on Organisational Citizenship Behaviour of secondary school business subjects’teachers in Ogun state. Two hypotheses were formulated and tested in this study. The study involved a sample of 300 respondents. Three research instruments: Emotional Intelligence Scale (r = 0.78); Work Family Conflict Scale ( r =.85 ) and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour Scale (r =.97 ) were used and regression analysis was used to analyse the data gathered. Result showed that there was significant composite and relative contribution of emotional intelligence and work-family conflict on Organisational citizenship behaviours of Secondary school Business subjects’teachers. Emotional Intelligence was the most potent predictor variable. Based on the findings, it was recommended among others that the Organisations need to select teachers who have high emotional intelligence because this may have positive impact on the extent to which they can succeed in retaining their valuable workforce. Ministry of Education should organise intervention programmes that would enable the Business subjects’ teachers balance work and family needs so as to resolve any ensuing work-family conflict in order to encourage them to perform better in their contextual performance.

Full Text: PDF     DOI: 10.15640/jehd.v3n3a24