Organizational Commitment of University Employees from the Social Factors Perspective

  • Imad Al Zeer, Amjad Abdallah Alkhatib, Majed Alshrouf

Abstract

The current study aims at examining the direct relationship between public spirit, ethics, and peer influence as independent variables and organizational commitment issue. The questionnaires were distributed on Southern West Bank Universities. About 166 usable questionnaires were collected for analysis. Using partial least square approach, the data was analysed. Consequently, the results indicate that the public spirit, ethics, and peer influence have positively significant relationship with organizational commitment. The result had hence provided an insight for administrations to maximize their effort and encourage employees’ commitment. The absence of organizational commitment can affect the organizations' performance and effectiveness, thus discouraging its development.

Published
2020-05-31
How to Cite
Imad Al Zeer, Amjad Abdallah Alkhatib, Majed Alshrouf. (2020). Organizational Commitment of University Employees from the Social Factors Perspective. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 2816 - 2824. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/24751
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