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Title: Influence of job satisfaction on Organizational commitment of employees at Ethiopian management institute
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Seifu Mamo (Ass. Professor)
Hayget, Adhana
Keywords: Job Satisfaction;Factors of Job Satisfaction
Issue Date: 5-Jun-2017
Publisher: aau
Abstract: The study examined the influence of job satisfaction on organizational commitment of employees in Ethiopian Management Institute. The data was collected through self administered questionnaire from 162 respondents. The instruments used for data collection were Meyer, Allen, and Smith (1993) 18 item revised version of the three component organizational commitment questionnaire and Spector(1985) job satisfaction survey(JSS)tool. Spearman’s Rank Correlation Statistical tool and linear regression were used to test the hypotheses. The finding revealed that there is moderate level of employees organizational commitment and the commitment profile of the institute can be plotted as moderate affective organizational commitment, moderate normative organizational commitment and low continuance organizational commitment. According to the result of the study Job satisfaction level of employees in the institute is moderate. And significant positive relationship was found between job satisfaction and organizational commitment and its two constructs i.e., affective and normative organizational commitment and no significant relationship was found with continuance organizational commitment. Significant relationship was found between job satisfaction factors such as, pay, promotion, supervision, fringe benefits, co-workers, nature of work and communication and organizational commitment, affective and normative organizational commitment. Statically significant positive relationship was found for continuance organizational commitment with pay and fringe benefit only. No statistically significant relationship was found between job satisfaction factors such as contingent reward and operating procedure with organizational commitment, affective, normative and continuance organizational commitment. The result of the study also revealed that job satisfaction is a major predictor of organizational commitment and its constructs except continuance organizational commitment
Description: A thesis submitted to addis ababa university school of commerce graduate studies program in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of master of arts degree in Human resource management
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/17142
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