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Psychological climate, affective commitment: Mediating effect of job satisfaction - Evidance from indian private sector banks
Published in Serials Publications
Volume: 14
Issue: 15
Pages: 507 - 524
Indian Private Banks are confronting challenges like turbulence in the worldwide and Indian economy, competition from public banks and foreign banks, changing client needs, the immense need of technological improvement, downturns in the capital market, deregulation, adjusting the outlook of the workforce with the changing needs of the banking business. These impacts have constrained the banks to investigate the most compelling usage of human resources and their potential. In this procedure, employees are encountering high pressure to meet their goals. This has a direct/indirect impact on employee psychological attachment and commitments levels, many studies, in fact, has proved it. The literature review uncovers that there are various studies that explain psychological climate, job satisfaction, and affective commitment independently. Nonetheless, it is clear that the coordinated connections between these factors have not been observed to be accounted for. Subsequently, we look at the relationship among these factors using a specimen of private bank employees in India. The study takes a look at the impact of psychological climate on affective commitment when mediated by job satisfaction. The present study has uncovered the existence of the significant relationship between psychological climate, job satisfaction, and affective commitment. The results have established mediation of job satisfaction in clarifying relationship between psychological climate and affective commitment. © 2017 Serials Publications Pvt. Ltd.
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JournalInternational Journal of Economic Research
PublisherSerials Publications
Open AccessNo