Vol 1 No 1 (2015)

Perceived Organizational Support as Predictor of the Three Components of Organizational Commitment

Authors:
Aneel Kumar
Dr. Ikhtiar Ali Ghumro
Dr. Hassan Jawad Soomro

Abstract:
The objective of this research was to determine the effect of perceived organizational support on the three components of organizational commitment. Primary data through survey questionnaire was collected from the college teachers of Sindh Province Pakistan. Through the empirical investigation of the data it was found that college teachers perceived support from their organization and they were committed to their organization. Perceived organizational support was found to have significant effect on the affective, continuance and normative commitment of the teachers. However the effect of perceived organizational support on normative commitment was lesser than its effect on affective and continuance commitment. This study contributed to determine the effect of perceived organizational support on the commitment level of the college teachers in context of Pakistan. The implications of the results are discussed.


SALU-CER Editor in Chief
Working as faculty member in institute of Commerce Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur since 12 September 1996. At present working as Professor and Director Institute of Commerce of Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur. Also working as founder Editor-in-Chief of SALU-Commerce & Economics Review since 2015.

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