The objective of this research is to understand the impact of leadership style on employee job satisfaction in an effort to improve leader-employee relations in nonprofit child care settings. Since turnover rates, separation costs, vacancy costs, and training costs are high in child care centers (Vickers, 2002), providing strategies for increasing job satisfaction will lead to a more stable environment for children and their families, promote positive leader member relations, and strengthen the organizational climate. Since leadership style can critically influence employee satisfaction, this study is of significant importance in promoting social change. Specifically, it focuses on a unique industry, nonprofit child care agencies, a little researched area in terms of leadership style.
"Leadership and Job Satisfaction,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 4
, Article 6.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol4/iss1/6