The aim of this research was to investigate the effect of educational stakeholders' quality of work life on their job satisfactions and organizational commitments. The selection criteria for the inclusion of the studies for this aim were defined. As a result of the literature review based on these criteria, in total 29 studies were researched. The total sampling size of these studies is 6829. The random effects model (REM) was used to calculate the effect sizes. As a result of the analysis conducted according to REM, the general effect of educational stakeholders' quality of work life is at moderate level on organizational commitment (r= 0.56) and job satisfaction (r= 0.56). It was seen in the moderator analysis that grade level has a moderator role in the effect of quality of work life on organizational commitment as opposed to sampling participants and the country variable where the research was conducted. On the other hand, it was found out that the grade level and the country variables are moderators in the effect of quality of work life on job satisfaction as opposed to the sampling participants' variable. Based on these results, it can be expressed that quality of work life has a significant role in educational stakeholders' organizational commitments and job satisfactions.