The Effect Of Organizational Culture On Employees' Commitment In Buna Bank Share Company

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Addis Ababa University


This study was conducted with the objective of looking into the effect of the organizational culture dimensions on employee commitment in Buna bank. A total of 217 employees participated in the study, out of which 208 (98%) were returned. The data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. The finding of the study revealed that all the four dimension of organizational culture were significantly and positively related with employees' commitment. Besides, the regression result revealed that all the four dimensions measuring organizational culture were found to have their own positive and significant effect on employees' commitment. Involvement was found to be the most contributing organizational culture dimension in the prediction of employee commitment. The remaining three dimensions, consistency, adaptability and mission had significant contribution in predicting employees’ commitments in their respective order. The study depicts that a significant difference in commitment in gender where females employees were more committed than male respondents. Similarly, degree holders were found more committed than employees with Master’s degree and above holders. Overall, one can conclude that the organization's culture has a significant effect in improving the level of employee commitment and hence organizations should observe their organizational culture and should check whether the cultures they have adopted are making their employees more committed or not. The organization has to ensure the involvement of its employees, consistency, adaptability and let know the mission and the directions of the organizations so that employees' commitment could be improved



involvement, consistency, adaptability