Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Organizational commitment


Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in Performance: The Mediating Role of Job Embeddedness

KOK YEOW CHONG; DAISY MUI HUNG KEE

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1992-2008

Job embeddedness is a new construct in the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). This
paper aims to investigate the association between organizational commitment (OC)
and job satisfaction (JS) among police officers in Royal Malaysia Police (RMP)
through the mediating role of job embeddedness (JE). This study used the analysis
concept from the survey. The data was collected from 309 traffic police officers
currently working in Kuala Lumpur. The results show that JE mediates the
relationship between OC and JS. Hence, JE is a crucial factor that is needed to
assist OC and JS in improving police officers' performance.

An Investigation on mediating role of Job Involvement, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction of Academic Leaders' Self- Actualization in Tamil Nadu Universities

Dr. R. GOPINATH

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1493-1508

Back Ground: Self-Actualization factors equanimity is the major influencing factor on Job Involvement and Continued Freshness of Appreciation is the next most influencing factor of Job Involvement. The prominence of Self-Actualization in organizational environment especially related to Job Satisfaction, Job Involvement and Organizational Commitment.Self- Actualization has strong influence in determining Job Satisfaction, Job Involvement and Organizational Commitment. The purpose of the study to Investigation of Self- Actualization
on the Impact of Academic Leaders’ Job Involvement, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in Tamil Nadu Universities
Methods/Statistical Analysis: A cross-sectional design and survey method were utilizedto collect the data and the stratified purposive random sampling method and in SEM model, AMOS 20 used in this study.
Findings: Based on the results of the three-mediating model, Job Satisfaction model has mediation effect between Self-Actualization highly significant compared other mediation model Job Involvement and Organizational Commitment.
Conclusion: The researcher concluded that Self-Actualization is a vital contribution to job influences Job Satisfaction of Academic Leaders in Tamil Nadu Universities

Career Management and Work Behavior in Malaysian Banking Sector Perspective

Muhammad Ashfaq; Fadillah ismail; Sobia Irum

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 116-132

Career management is a very important, sensitive and a key factor for both employer and employee. Because both want to grow, develop and successful in present and future as well. Along with career management turnover intention is also a point of concern for employer and employees. Turnover intention is increasing day by day in top talented employees and in organizations as well. Both the factors career management and turnover intention are always keep in the consideration of the researchers. The present study was aimed at understanding the concept of individual career management and organizational career management in the context of Malaysian banking sector. Literature supports the concept that individual career management and organizational career management are interlinked concepts and it has the linkage with the turnover intention as well. Banking sector the world over is facing the issue of employee turnover and Malaysian banking sector is no exception. Therefore, the present study is aimed at exploring to deal with this burning issue with the help of career management practices and its impact on turnover intention. Data was analyzed by using PLS-SEM. The results of the study have important implications for the banks to deal effectively with the existing problem of employee turnover. Overall the proposed model of this study shows high explanatory power in understanding the concepts of career management to reduced turnover intention in Malaysian banking sector.

ANALYSIS OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, AND JOB SATISFACTION WITH TURNOVER INTENTION

Mohd Nur Humaidi Zulmi; Nikita Permatasari; Siti Saerah; Aryo Dwipo Kusumo; Windhu Purnomo

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 691-698

Background: Employees need to be managed properly to provide a positive contribution to the progress of the organization. Purpose: To determine the relationship between Organizational Commitment, Emotional Intelligence, Job Satisfaction and with Turnover Intention on employees at Amanah Mother and Child Hospital Probolinggo, East Java. Method: Cross-sectional study with 120 respondents medical and nursing personnel. The study was conducted using a questionnaire consisting of 15 questions. Result : Characteristics of respondents with high turnover rate were female (42%), age <= 34 years (44.2%), length of work <= 5 years (38.2%), executive position (41.8%), income < = 7,000,000 (38.3%), Satisfied at work (37.2%), high emotional intelligence (36.9%) and low organizational commitment (15.1%). There is a significant relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention (p <0.05). Conclusion: To improve staff loyalties, the hospital should prioritize female staff, positions, and organizational commitment so that organizational treatments can be more efficient and effective.

Did Transformational Leadership, Trust, Psychological Well-Beingand Organizational Culture Influence Organizational Commitment? Evidence from Government Education and Training Centers in Semarang

Ratna Prilianti; Joko Sutarto; Heriyanto .; Titi Prihatin; Kardoyo .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 4245-4262

The purpose of this study is to re-examine the relationship between transformational leadership and organizational commitment and whether trust, psychological well-being, and organizational culture mediate relationships in the context of the hospitality industry. Data were collected using purposive sampling and questionnaires as the research instrument from 77professionals employed in government education and training centers in Semarang. This study used Partial Least Square (PLS) to analyze the data. The results showed that transformational leadership has a positive effect on trust, psychological well-being, and organizational culture. This study also confirmed that trust, psychological well-being, and organizational culture can mediate the relationship of transformational leadership on organizational commitment.

Effect of Audit Quality, Corporate Governance and Transformational Leadership on Auditor Performance through Organizational Commitment and Organizational Culture on Public Accountant Offices in Indonesia

Indrayati .; Grahita Chandrarin; Fajar Supanto

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 4303-4313

This study aims to empirically examine the effect of audit quality, corporate governance, transformational leadership on auditor performance through organizational commitment and organizational culture in public accounting firms in Malang and Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. This research model is quantitative with a population of 660 public accounting firms in Indonesia, with a sample of 150 active auditors in Malang and Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. Data collection techniques with documentation from the questionnaire distributed to auditors as Partners, Managers, Supervisors, Senior Accountants and Junior Accountants. Data analysis using Structural equation modeling analysis. The results found that audit quality, corporate governance, transformational leadership, organizational commitment and organizational culture significantly influence auditor performance. This study only examines the effect of audit quality, corporate governance, strategic leadership, organizational commitment and organizational culture on auditor performance in public accounting firms in Malang and Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. This research is limited to audit quality, corporate governance, strategic leadership, organizational commitment, organizational culture and auditor performance in public accounting firms in Malang and East Java, Indonesia.