Investigating Organizational Commitment as the Outcome of Job Satisfaction: A Study of Banking Sector of Pakistan

Maryam Saeed Hashmi, Dr. Imran Haider Naqvi

Abstract


This study aims to elaborate the role of job satisfaction in committing employees with organization. This study tested the effect of both components of job satisfaction (intrinsic and extrinsic) of on organizational commitment in banking sector of Pakistan. Data was gathered from employees working in banks of Pakistan. The study has uses descriptive statistics (mean and standard deviation) to identify sample characteristics and inferential statistics (multiple linear regression) to find out the relationship between variables. Results showed the significant and positive effect of both components of job satisfaction on organizational commitment. This study is a contribution to theory and practice with an increased understanding on importance of job satisfaction in committing the employees with the organization.

 

Keywords: Intrinsic Job Satisfaction, Extrinsic Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v2i4.2077

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