RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, JOB-SATISFACTION AND EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT – A REVIEW

Dr. Mini Amit Arrawatia Farah Zahidi

Abstract


A committed workforce is every organization’s dream come true. Since a higher turnover rate of employees proves to be a very expensive affair for organizations, they are spending a huge amount of money in order to find out ways to find out the factors which will help them in creating a satisfied and committed workforce. Study of the previous researches points out at various factors and concepts playing an important role towards reaching this goal. Out of these, the relationship between organizational culture, job- satisfaction and employee commitment comes into focus time and again. Whenever the terms culture, job-satisfaction or employee commitment are used individually, the first thing that comes to the mind is that these topics have been researched innumerable times. But researches done in order to find out the relationship between these concepts are not that many. Without any doubt, these concepts are very important part of human resource management and have profound impact on each other. This paper is an attempt to explore the relationship between these concepts and how they impact each other and an effort is also made to find out the factors which should be emphasized upon by the organizations to create a committed work pool.

Keywords- Relationship, employee commitment, job satisfaction, organizational culture, national culture.


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