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Title: Performance and its impact on organizational commitment:
Other Titles: A comparative study of state and private sector banks in Sri Lanka
Authors: Velnampy
Keywords: Behavior
Issue Date:  10
Publisher: Faculty of Management and Commerce South Eastern University of Sri Lanka Oluvil # 32360 Sri Lanka
Citation: Journal of management. Volume IV. No. 1. pp 19-25. October 2006
Abstract: Organisational commitment is considered as a most important element in achieving organisational goals and objectives. In a wav organizations are Irving to increase the employees 'performance, because performance typically contributes to the commitment. Better performance may well lead to a sense of achieving and result in greater satisfaction and commitment. Thus levels of employee performance and its impact on organisational commitment are analyzed in the present paper. This study is conducted among 18 state and private banking organizations in both the districts of Jaffna and Va\'uniya with the ultimate samples of 250 respondents. An association, in the present study, between performance and commitment could be observed. The strength of relationship between performance and organisational commitment in private sector banks is greater than that in state banks. Further performance has a greater impact on organisational commitment in both the banks. Recommendations are also given the organization to make suitable alterations in their performance and commitment.
ISSN: 1391-8230
Appears in Collections:Volume 4. Issue.1

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