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The current study aimed to identify the reality of organizational slack among primary school principals and job satisfaction among primary school teachers, Minia Governorate, Egypt; and to monitor the relationship between organizational slack among primary school principals and teachers' job satisfaction. The study utilized the descriptive research methodology relying on a questionnaire as a study tool prepared by the researcher, which was applied to a sample consisted of 531 teachers in the primary schools in Minia Governorate centers. Results of the study revealed that the level of organizational slack among primary school principals from teachers' points of view were moderate in all dimensions of this axis which were as follows: laws and regulations, administrative and technical tasks, the relationship with colleagues and the relationship with students and that the level of job satisfaction among primary school teachers in Minia Governorate centers from teachers' points of view were high in the dimension of the nature of work inside the school; while it was moderate in the dimensions of laws and regulations regulating work and the relationship with principals, in addition it was law in the dimension of salaries, rewards and promotions. Results also indicated that there was a statistically significant relationship at the level of (α ≥0.001) between the organizational slack and job satisfaction dimensions in primary schools in Minia Governorate centers at a moderate level from teachers' points of view.
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