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Paper Title :
An Empirical Study On The Relationship Between Public Organisations Employees’ Perception On Organisational Climate And Organizational Commitment

Author :Haddy Sillah, Awa Sillah

Article Citation :Haddy Sillah ,Awa Sillah , (2016 ) " An Empirical Study On The Relationship Between Public Organisations Employees’ Perception On Organisational Climate And Organizational Commitment " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 41-46, Volume-2,Issue-6

Abstract : To date, factors that influence organizational commitment in public organizations in West Africa have not been systematically investigated. Thus, this study aimed to add to the much-needed knowledge and information about this field in The Gambia As public organizations are an integral parts of every countries development whose purpose is to provide services to people. In this research, the aim is to examine whether positively organizational climate lead to higher organizational commitment. The main paradigm of data inquiry for this study was quantitative research method. Besides, self-reported surveys were used to administer the questionnaire. The data gathered from public organizations employees was analyzed with the use of SPSS. It was found that satisfaction with positive organizational climate have positive relationship with organizational commitment among public sector employees. There are some variations among the organizational climate variables correlations to the dimensions of organizational commitment which were further discussed Indexterms- Organizational Commitment, Organizational Climate, The Gambia, Public Organization.

Type : Research paper


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