Relations between organizational commitment and demographic factors: a research in banking sector

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https://doi.org/10.7336/academicus.2014.10.08

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Aim of this research is to answer if organizational commitment changes according to demografic factors. Inputs gained from 200 person sample group from banking sector. According to the analysis it is found that affective and continuance commitment increases with age and job experience, and all componenets of commitment increase according to time in the last job. With the results derived from analysis, research’s support to organizational theory is discussed and some advices put forward.

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Organisational commitment, affective commitment, continuance commitment, normative commitment, demografic factors

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2014-07-01

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Doğar, N. (2014) “Relations between organizational commitment and demographic factors: a research in banking sector”, Academicus International Scientific Journal. Vlora, Albania, 5(10), pp. 103–115. doi: 10.7336/academicus.2014.10.08.

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