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The Influence of Employees’ Commitment on Organizational Performance in Nigeria

Volume: 8  ,  Issue: 1 , July    Published Date: 23 July 2018
Publisher Name: IJRP
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Authors

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1 Ehijiele Ekienabor

Abstract

The research commences with the foundation of previous work that establishes that employee commitment does have an effect on organizational performance. The objective of the study was to establish the relationship between employee commitment (affective, normative and continuance) and organizational performance. The research was carried out through a quantitative methodology; using simple random sampling method in the selection of respondents. Analysis of data was carried out using multiple regression statistical technique (IBM SPSS Statistics 20) and cues to findings were arrived at. The findings of the study provided that affective commitment; normative commitment and continuance commitment all have a significant effect on organizational performance. The study recommended that organizations must exhibit a high level of commitment to its employees if the organization is to get employees to be committed. Consequently, firms should keep their employees sufficiently satisfied by providing the key elements and solutions that solve their eminent pain point.

Keywords

  • employee commitment
  • organizational performance
  • food and beverage industry
  • affective commitment
  • normative commitment
  • continuance commitment
  • commitment
  • employee
  • performance