RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB-RELATED TENSION, NEGATIVE AFFECT AT WORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

Liudmyla Karamushka, Kira Tereshchenko, Oksana Kredentser, Gelena Lazos, Taras Karamushka

Abstract


This study explores relationships between job-related tension, negative affect at work and organizational culture in educational organizations. It has been found that teaching staff assess job-related tension and negative affect at work higher than educational organization managers do. It also has been shown that power culture contributes to increasing tension in educational organizations, while person culture and task culture as well as the strength of organizational culture contribute to reducing tension and negative affect at work in educational organizations


Keywords


: educational organizations, job-related tension, negative affect at work, types of organizational culture, organizational culture strength

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