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Impact of psychological climate, learning culture on job satisfaction: An empirical study in Indian private banks
Published in Serials Publications
Volume: 96
Issue: 11
Pages: 4305 - 4319
Indian Private Banks are confronting significant difficulties in creating user interface framework for better customer service. In this procedure employees encountering high pressure to meet their objectives and are less happy with their employments, there are numerous studies substantiating this. Literature review reveals that relationship between psychological climate and learning culture, and job satisfaction has been studied individually. In this manner, the present study tries to recognize the variables impacting job satisfaction. The components considered in the study are psychological climate and organisational learning culture. The sample consisted of 320 employees of 4 private banks. The study looks at the influence of psychological climate on job satisfaction when mediated by learning the culture. The study found that there is a critical connection between psychological climate and learning culture, and job satisfaction. The outcomes have accommodated partial mediation of organisation learning culture in explaining the relationship between psychological climate and job satisfaction. © Serials Publications.
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JournalMan in India
PublisherSerials Publications