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    Organizational Commitment, Human Resources, Continuance Commitment, Affective Commitment, Normative Commitment, Banking Sector

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    The concept of organizational commitment is defined as employees's strong belief in accepting organizational goals and values; a strong desire to spend high-level effort taking into account the benefit of the organization and to maintain membership in the organization. Although there are different classifications related to organizational commitment in the literature, affective commitment, continuance commitment and normative commitment sub-dimensions were emphasized. This study includes the implementation of an organizational commitment questionnaire developed by Allen and Meyer (1990) and adapted to Turkish by Wasti (2000) on a total of 53 employees in a participation bank operating in the East Black Sea Region. As a result of the study, no statistically significant relationship was found between the organizational commitment levels of the bank employees and the variables of age, marital status, gender, lenght of work, job title, income level. When the organizational score means of the employees were evaluated, it was seen that the average scores of affective commitment were higher than continuance and normative commitment

    The relationship between the perception of distributed leadership in secondary schools and teachers' and teacher leaders' job satisfaction and organizational commitment

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    This study investigates the relation between distributed leadership, the cohesion of the leadership team, participative decision-making, context variables, and the organizational commitment and job satisfaction of teachers and teacher leaders. A questionnaire was administered to teachers and teacher leaders (n=1770) from 46 large secondary schools. Multiple regression analyses and path analyses revealed that the study variables explained significant variance in organizational commitment. The degree of explained variance for job satisfaction was considerably lower compared to organizational commitment. Most striking was that the cohesion of the leadership team and the amount of leadership support was strongly related to organizational commitment, and indirectly to job satisfaction. Decentralization of leadership functions was weakly related to organizational commitment and job satisfaction

    PENGARUH BUDAYA ORGANISASI DAN KOMITMEN ORGANISASI TERHADAP KINERJA KARYAWAN PADA GARUDA OFFICE BYPASS NGURAH RAI DIVISI SALES

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    This research was conducted to identify and analyze the effect of organizational culture and organizational commitment on employee performance partially or simultaneously. This research uses quantitative methods. The data collection technique in this study utilized a questionnaire. The population used is 30 sales employees, with a sample of 30 using saturated sampling. The tests carried out are instrument tests, classical assumption tests, data analysis tests with multiple regression equation analysis, and T and F tests. The research findings reveal the results of the scale range that organizational culture is categorized as strong, organizational commitment is classified as high, and employee performance is ranked as high. The results of hypothesis testing, corporate culture, and organizational commitment significantly affect the performance of Garuda Office By Pass Ngurah Rai Sales Division employees partially. Other findings also show that organizational culture and organizational commitment simultaneously have a significant effect on performance

    Relationships among leadership, organizational commitment, and ocb in uruguayan health institutions

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    We develop and test a model that relates leadership behaviors, organizational commitment, and organizational citizenship behaviors (OCBs). We test the model using structural equations with a sample of 116 doctors from Uruguay. Consistent with expectations, our results show that transactional leadership behaviors increase followers' continuance commitment and decrease their growth commitment, whereas transformational leadership behaviors increase followers' growth commitment and also their normative commitment. Besides, organizational commitment mediates in the relationship between leadership and OCB. The turbulent socio-economic context of hospitals in Uruguay makes this sample of special interest, since almost all the research published in the field to date has been conducted in developed economies, and during times of macroeconomic prosperity or stability.transformational leadership; transactional leadership; organizational commitment; organizational citizenship behavior;

    The Effects of Variable Work Arrangements on the Organizational Commitment of Contingent Workers

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    Drawing on social exchange theory and research on organizational commitment, we developed a model of contingent workers’ commitment to two foci: their hiring agencies and the organizations to which they have been assigned. Hypotheses were tested using survey data from 197 contingent workers. We found that commitment to the hiring agency was positively related to pay satisfaction and perceived organizational support from the agency. Commitment to the client organization was positively related to perceived organizational support from the client, co-worker relations, and job satisfaction. Preference for contingent work exhibited a positive relationship with pay and job satisfaction. Holding job and pay satisfaction constant, we found that commitment was negatively related to preference for contingent work. Of the factors studied, perceived organizational support exhibited the largest effect. Implications for theory and practice are discussed

    LEADERSHIP STYLE AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: TEST OF A THEORY IN TURKISH BANKING SECTOR

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    The aim of this study is to explore the effects of leadership on organizational commitment in general and to question the role played by transactional and transformational leadership in improving organizational commitment of branch employees. The study is designed to develop and test a structural equation model of the relationship between transactional and transformational leadership styles and the organizational commitment of banking staff. Data were collected from 242 offices of Halkbank in Turkey, and 2454 branch employees from different branches of Halkbank participated in the study. The results are consistent with previous studies and it can be said that leadership has a substantial incremental effect on organizational commitment. It was found that transformational leadership helps increase organizational commitment of the employees.Transactional and Transformational Leadership, Organizational Commitment, Structural Equation Model

    The influence of distributed leadership on teachers' organizational commitment: a multilevel approach

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    In the present study the effects of a cooperative leadership team, distributed leadership, participative decision-making, and context variables on teachers' organizational commitment are investigated. Multilevel analyses on data from 1522 teachers indicated that 9% of the variance in teachers' organizational commitment is attributable to differences between schools. The analyses revealed that especially the presence of a cooperative leadership team and the amount of leadership support played a significantly positive key role in predicting teachers' organizational commitment. Also, participative decision-making and distribution of the supportive leadership function had a significant positive impact on teachers' organizational commitment. In contrast, distribution of the supervisory leadership function and teachers' job experience had a significant negative impact

    Measures of New Constructs or Old Ones? The Case of Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction

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    The construct validity of organizational commitment has recently been investigated in several studies. The authors of these studies have concluded that organizational commitment is a valid construct, sufficiently distinct from job satisfaction. Our re-analysis of data reported in these studies, however, suggests that the construct validity evidence is unconvincing. Analysis of meta-analytic results cast further doubt on the discriminant validity of organizational commitment as typically measured. Based on these findings, suggestions for future research are offered

    The Predictor of external environment, occupational stress, job satisfaction and intent to leave towards organizational commitment

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    The purpose of this article was to determine the relationship between external environment, occupational stress, job satisfaction and intent to leave towards organizational commitment. A convenience sample group of 130 employees of Northport (Malaysia) Bhd. were selected over 2272 of total population at year 2009. A self–administered survey instrument was developed to measure and test the employee external environment, occupational stress, job satisfaction, and intent to leave towards organizational commitment. Using SPSS 16.0, two statistical tests were employed to test study hypotheses. First, by measuring correlation, a Pearson correlation coefficient analysis was used to identify the relationships between predictor and criterion variables. Likewise, multiple regression analysis was used to determine the effect between external environment, occupational stress and job satisfaction among related variables. The findings reveal that job satisfaction, occupational stress and intent to leave does affect organizational commitment. At the same time, occupational stress gives impact to the intent to leave. Unlike external environments, it does not effect on both organizational commitment and intent to leave. Among predictor variable towards the organizational commitment, the job satisfaction were produced strong relationship. Keyword: environment, occupational stress and job satisfaction and organizational commitmen

    Factors affecting work satisfaction and employee performance in automotive industrial chain

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    Purpose: This study aimed to analyze the determination of compensation, motivation and organizational commitment to employee performance and job satisfaction as an intervening variable. Design/methodology/approach: The statistical method used is the Structural Equation Model with a total sample of 112 respondents. This study uses a questionnaire to measure the factors affecting work satisfaction as compensation, motivation, organizational commitment, job satisfaction and employee performance. Findings: The results of this study found that there were positive and significant effects of compensation on the job satisfaction, and organizational commitment to job satisfaction as well as the effect of motivation on employee’s performance. Moreover, the insignificant effect is found in the effect of the job satisfaction on employee performance, the motivation on the job satisfaction, the compensation towards the employee performance and the organizational commitment on the employee performance. Mediation test proves that the job satisfaction is able to mediate the effects of compensation, motivation and organizational commitment on employee performance. Practical Implications: The results of this study can be the basis for the management of automotive product distributors in Batam City to increase compensation, and motivation for employees to improve job satisfaction and company performance. Originality/value: This study confirms the result that there are positive and significant effects of compensation on job satisfaction and organizational commitment to job satisfaction, and the effect of motivation on employee’s performance.peer-reviewe
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