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Relationship between Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction

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One of the concerns of the organization and management experts is to identify effective factors on organization performance and finding solutions to improve organization performance. The present study was done to analyse the relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction in visiting lectures of Payam Nour University. Statistical population of this research includes visiting lectures of Ghorveh town who were teaching in the academic year of 2016-2017. Sample size of 60 participants was selected by simple random sampling. To collect data, Meyer and Allen organizational commitment questionnaire and Field and Rothe job satisfaction questionnaire were used. The research method is correlation which is incorporated in the area of applied studies to analyse data, descriptive statistics (mean and standard deviation), and inferential statistics (Pearson correlation coefficient and multivariate regression) were utilized. The findings show that there is positive and significant relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction. Regression coefficient shows that organizational commitment predicts 42.2 % of the job satisfaction changes.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 81)
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30-38
Citation:
A. Hedayat et al., "Relationship between Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 81, pp. 30-38, 2018
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April 2018
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