Sumbal Zafar, Naumana Amjad, & Amir Saeed
The present study aimed to investigate the personal and organizational predictors of Job Satisfaction. Personal predictors were; Personality traits and Psychological empowerment and organizational predictors were communication and perceived organizational support. One hundred teachers from government and private institutes were assessed through The Generic Job Satisfaction Scale (Macdonald & Macintyre, 1997), Psychological Empowerment Scale [PEQ] (Spritzer, 1995), Big Five Inventory (Costa & McCrae, 1987) ,Organizational Communication Survey (Tariq & Amjad,1990) and Survey of Perceived Organizational Support (Eisenberger et al,1986. There was a significant positive correlation between all the predictors. Personality and psychological empowerment and organizational communication and perceived organizational support strongly predict job satisfaction. Organizational variables are stronger than personal predictors in predicting job satisfaction.