Impact of Organizational Climate on Job Satisfaction, Job Commitment and Intention to Leave: An Empirical Model

Jeevan Jyoti

Abstract


There has been a long-standing interest in the study of organizational climate among organizational researchers. Its importance is partly due to its hypothesized relationship to other organizational phenomena including job satisfaction, job performance, leadership behaviour and the quality of work group interaction. Research on the contribution of people management to organizational performance outcomes such as productivity and profitability has been related to a climate of satisfaction in the workplace. Job satisfaction along with organizational climate plays a vital role in retaining the employees by enhancing their commitment towards the organization. The present paper measures impact of Organizational climate on job satisfaction, job commitment and intention to leave with the help of regression analysis and an attempt has been made to see the factor-wise effect of Organizational climate and job satisfaction on job commitment and intention to leave.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22158/jbtp.v1n1p66

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