JOB SATISFACTION AND JOB COMMITMENT AMONG EMPLOYEES WORKING IN SELECTED PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS IN COIMBATOREJournal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.8, No. 6)
Publication Date: 2017-12-26
Authors : N.R. SHANDY;
Page : 89-98
Keywords : Job satisfaction; affective commitment; continuance commitment normative commitment.;
The term 'job satisfaction' came in vogue in 1935 with the publishing of a book "job satisfaction" by hoppock1 . he was the first industrial psychologist to provide the concept of job satisfaction. Meyer and Allen (1991) describe behavioral commitment as a form of commitment that is very elusive and beyond conscious recognition. It relates to the process of becoming locked into an organization and how employees deal with this. The unique aspect of this study is that the researcher made an attempt to identify what are the factor leading to job dissatisfaction and also whether there is lack of affective commitment, continuance commitment and normative commitment that can influence in their job of employees working in select public sector banks in Coimbatore. Opinion survey method was used to collect data from 122 respondents. Stratified random sampling technique was used. Relevant statistical techniques like percentage analysis and weighted mean are used for the study. It is observed from the study that majority of the employees working in select public sector banks were found to be happy and satisfied with their job which also can influence their commitment level in their institutional settings.
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