Yuliza Esmeralda Narro Abanto, Roger Maquera Lupaca, Quiralina Sosa Mendoza
The objective of this study was to analyze the relationship between the institutional climate and the work performance of the workers of an UGEL in Cajamarca. An applied study with a quantitative, non-experimental, cross-sectional, descriptive, correlational approach was carried out. An instrument was applied to a sample of 125 director users anonymously and voluntarily. Descriptive results were found, which show that the institutional climate is at a low level, with its dimensions having the greatest weakness: motivation, leadership and communication, and it was also found that job performance is at a moderate level, with its dimensions having the greatest weakness. attitudinal factors related to initiative and responsibility. Regarding the correlational results carried out using Spearman’s Rho statistical test, a result of 0.858 and bilateral significance of 0.00 was obtained, resulting in < 0.05, reaching the conclusion that there is a significant positive relationship between the institutional climate variable and job performance.
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