Job commitment in public and private banks: A comparative study
Author(s): Grewal T and Malik A
Abstract: Organizational commitment is the most studied factor in organizational research. It has become the most researched job approach in recent years. It is the core interpreter of employees’ attitudes toward their job and the organization. Another reason is that the impact of commitment is related to organization turnover, employee absenteeism, motivation, and performance. It is strongly related to job performance, employee withholding, and their will to leave the job. Individual views toward the workplace are shaped by gender, and the significance of these sentiments is interpreted by gender. Organizational commitment in the Indian banking sector has received inadequate focus thus the purpose of the current study was to find out the difference between organizational commitment in public and private banks. The research was conducted on the Private and Public Bank employees of the Delhi-NCR region. The quantitative data were collected by randomly distributing 150 standardized questionnaires. The tool used for the study was A Three-Component Organizational Commitment Questionnaire developed by Natalie Allen and John Meyer. The data was analyzed using SPSS. It has been illustrated from the results that employees working in a private bank are more committed to their organization when compared to the employees working in a public bank.