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THE ROLE OF EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION (ES) INVOLVEMENT IN THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT (EC) AND ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS (OE)

    3 Author(s):  DR. MANOJ KUMAR BEHERA, DR. BIJAY KUMAR SUNDARAY, DR. SOUMENDRA KUMAR PATRA

Vol -  8, Issue- 2 ,         Page(s) : 326 - 344  (2017 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMST

Abstract

Employees Satisfaction has emerged as a popular organizational concept in recent years in today’s globalised economy, where everyone is striving hard to achieve excellence. Satisfaction plays an important role towards motivation resulting enhancement in the productivity possibilities of employee. It has been always a matter of challenge to get committed employees. Every organization strives to obtain organizational effectiveness. The objective of this study is assessing the role of Employee Satisfaction Involvement in the relationship among Employee Commitment and Organisational Effectiveness in public sector power industries of Odisha. Research method is descriptive. Method of data collection is field and tool of data collection is a questionnaire. Data was gathered from 150 executives and non executive employees from a reputed power industry. The paper focused on various factors of employee satisfaction, employee commitment and organizational effectiveness. Based on results of statistical analysis the current study contributes to theory and practice with an improved mediating effect of Employee Satisfaction (ES) on Employee Commitment (EC) and Organizational Effectiveness (OE).

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