| Published: September 05, 2017
Organizational Commitment as a Predictor of Job Satisfaction among Private Sector Employees
An attempt was made to study relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction as well as role of organizational commitment on job satisfaction among private sector employees. The sample of the study was selected by using the purposive sampling technique. The sample consisted of 50; participant’s age range was 35 to 55 years. Organizational Commitment Scale (2001) developed by Shawkat and Ansari and Job Satisfaction Scale developed by Dubey, Uppal, Verma and Maini (1989). Pearson product moment correlation was used to study the relationship between different dimensions of organizational commitment and job satisfaction as well as simple linear regression was used to examine the role of organizational commitment on job satisfaction among private sector employees. It was found that different dimensions of organizational commitment significantly and positively correlated with job satisfaction, it was also found that organizational commitment has significant influence on job satisfaction among private sector employees. The result revealed that, when organizational commitment increases job satisfaction also increases and vice versa.
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© 2017 Saleem R
Received: July 23, 2017; Revision Received: August 24, 2017; Accepted: September 05, 2017
Published in Volume 04, Issue 4, July-September, 2017