In this way the above mentioned hypothesis was framed which was very clear in its interpretation. The next hypothesis i.e. “employees who are part of in-groups are more committed with their jobs than the employees who are part of out-groups” was framed to check that do the good relationships with the boss results in building up organizational commitment? And whether the employees which are not the favorites of their bosses in any means lag behind the favorites in showing organizational
Employees who are engaged lower the risk of turnover for the company. Simply put, when employees are satisfied and engaged they are far more likely to stay with the organization. The fourth benefit is innovation. There is a strong relationship between innovation and employee engagement. Employee who engaged, work at higher level and interest to their job.
Research hypotheses 1. The significant work has a positive effect on the organizational commitment of the employees in the social security organization. 2. The significant work has a positive effect on the employee's job engagement in the social security organization. 3.
Organizations are more efficient when employees have high organizational commitment. Probability of exhibiting negative behaviors such as absenteeism, dismissing, and work delay of employees with high commitment is less than employees with lower commitment. The employees, who adopt the organization 's objectives and work collaboratively as expected of them, increase the competitiveness of the organization. Besides, employees with higher commitment express positive opinions to the environment. 1.5 Teamwork as essential in achieving
In exchange for their loyalty towards the orgnization and their effect for their work, employees form expectations. To improve the quality of their work, to realize their career goals and to ensure that they work efficiently, the organization has to mobilize various incentive mechanism. Organizations can support their employees by establishing properly working human resources procedures and performance evaluation systems, concentrating on career management activities and improving the employees’ physical working conditions. Organizational support theory explain the psychological process underlying POS as follows: Firstly, POS in the basis of reciprocity norm creates a feeling of necessity concerning the organization working towards its goals and considering the
Talent management is primarily focused on performance improvement and optimization of one’s potential (Dessler, 2015). Talent management can be used to acquire, improve, and retain the best employees. First, the evaluation system adopted helps the company to identify and isolate talented employees from the rest of the employee body (Dessler, 2015). This form of identification provides a suitable platform for the organization to optimize on employees’ potentials, thereby improving the overall organizational performance. Moreover, such improvements motivate employees to remain loyal to the organization.
As the teams become more productive, the organisation becomes more successful. The use of teams in a unitarist perspective also improves communication skills among the workforce. It is imperative that employees can listen effectively to carry out tasks efficiently and communicate with team members efficiently because of the responsibility top management places
Moreover, both job satisfaction and employee engagement are playing a significant role through accomplishing the organizational goals and objectives effectively and efficiency. Job satisfaction is important in the organizational settings, because according to Robbins and judge in 2013, first of all, job satisfaction affects productivity because several studies have stated that, the more employees are satisfied and happy, they more likely to have more products. Secondly, job satisfaction influences absenteeism, there is a negative relationship among job satisfaction absenteeism because satisfied employees are less likely to miss work. In the third place, job satisfaction again plays an essential role through the decisions of staying or leaving of the workers within the organization which is called turnover .in the fourth stage, job satisfaction is the main consideration of an employee 's organizational citizenship behavior (OCB), also the employees who are more satisfied are more likely to involve in OCBs, and talk more positively about the firm. In the end, job satisfaction also plays an important role through satisfying the customers, satisfied employees have a
Positive results were noticed when the leader-member exchange theory was used. The theory suggests that employees are more motivated by transactional leadership style as opposed to other styles. An unexpected interaction effect was discovered. The study should by reviewed by change agents. Jensen, M. M. (2003).
1.4.1 Literature Review HRM practices are a process of engaging, motivating, and maintaining employees to ensure the organizational survival (Schuler and Jackson, 1987). According to (Delery and Doty, 1996) HRM practices are prepared and implemented in a way that human capital plays important role in achieving the goals and objectives of the organization. The appropriate use of HRM practices strongly influence the standard of employer and the degree of employee commitment (Purcell, 2003). HRM practices like, training and development, performance appraisal allow the employees to do better in order to enhance the organizational performance (Snell and Dean, 1992; Pfeffer, 1998). Researchers have shaped compelling evidence for the fundamental relation between employee performance and how management acts with them (Boheene & Asuinura, 2011).