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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Ahmed, Rizwan Raheem;Hanif, Mehmood;Abid Alvi, Huma;Vveinhardt, Jolita;Adil, Muhammad Shahnawaz
Title: Impact of organizational culture on organizational commitment and job satisfaction
Is part of: European journal of business and management, 2014, Vol. 6, no. 27, p. 30-38
Date: 2014
Keywords: Factor analysis;Multiple regression analysis;Supportive culture;Innovative culture;Bureaucratic culture;Job satisfaction;Employee commitment
Abstract: In this study, the researcher has tried toinvestigate the three types of organizational culture and its impact on job satisfaction and employee commitment in Chemical Sector of Karachi. The core objective of the study is toidentify the impact of organizational culture on job satisfaction and employeecommitment in Chemical Sector so as to improve the job satisfaction andcommitment of the employees in their working environment. And research questionis what is the impact of organizational culture on job satisfaction andcommitment of the employees? The study was originated by taking someprevious literatures and tried to find out the research gap. The study wasnever studied in Chemical Sector in Karachi context and this was the mainpurpose and gap for the study. Quantitative research approach was used with 303sample of respondents participated in the study. Data was then collected fromthe Chemical Sector working employees of the Karachi. Reliability was tested through reliability test, which shows 89.5% our sample data is reliable. Thisreliability allowed us to further analyze the data. Factor analysis has beenused to shows the independent variables accuracy of the data. Further Regression analysis has been used todetermine the relationship between supportive organizational culture, innovative organizational culture and bureaucratic organizational culture with job satisfaction and employee commitment.
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