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A Study of Organisational Commitment in Banks

Author Affiliations

  • 1Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore, MP, Indore, MP, India
  • 2Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore, MP, Indore, MP, India

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 5, Issue (9), Pages 42-45, September,6 (2016)


Organizational Commitment is one of the dimensions of job attitude. Organizational Commitment is a part of white or blue collarís commitment, which is sum total of Commitment of Career, job Commitment, and Commitment of Organization. Commitment of organization is important for efficiency of employees, excellence and best output of an organization. The work settings where a person carries out its routine work, the behavior his boss does with him and subordinates, the relationship between colleagues and even the relationship with vendors and end users and other stake holders, all these elements are highlighting the Organizational Climate. Organizational climate is created by the organization in a broad sense having communication with each other, of the organizational mechanisms, namely organizational culture, organizational structure, processes and system, leadership behaviour and emotional needs of the members of the organization. This is an empirical study which aims at measuring level of organisational commitment and organisational climate in banks. For the study, sample size was 100 and z test was applied for data analysis.


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