Influence of Quality of work life factors on Organisational Commitment in a Hospital setting
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The study investigates the role of quality of work life on commitment of health care employees (doctors) in a hospital in Kerala. The sample unit were doctors in a well to do, private medical college hospital. The sample size was limited to 100.
The hypothesis, quality of work life positively influences commitment is partially accepted. The Organizational Commitment (OC) is having a mean score of 4.32 indicating a strong sense of OC, which is as per expectations. Of the predictor variables Inter Personal Relationship (IPR) (Mean 4.37), Staff Development Activities (SDA) (Mean 4.14) and Job Commitment (JC) (Mean 4.20) are responsible for the high Organizational Commitment.
In regression analysis output, the same predictor variables Inter Personal Relationship (IPR) (Beta 0.27, P<.05), Staff Development Activities (SDA) (Beta 0.19, P<.05) and Job Commitment (JC) (Beta 0.49, P<.05) are responsible for the high Organizational Commitment. Other predictor variables are insignificant.
The future study is to be done in at least two or more organizations from different settings (Government and Private) and a comparative set of factors driving Organizational commitment is to be studied.
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