JOB ROTATION, JOB PERFORMANCE, ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON BANK EMPLOYEES

@inproceedings{Khan2014JOBRJ,
  title={JOB ROTATION, JOB PERFORMANCE, ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON BANK EMPLOYEES},
  author={Faisal Khan and Amran Mohd. Rasli and Rosman Md. Yusoff and Tariq Ahmed and Abid ur Rehman and Muhammad Muddassir Khan},
  year={2014}
}
  • Faisal Khan, Amran Mohd. Rasli, +3 authors Muhammad Muddassir Khan
  • Published 2014
  • Business
  • The aim of the study is to investigate the relationship and effect of  job variables rotation, job performance and organizational commitment among the employees working in banking sector in Pakistan. Self-administrated questionnaire was distributed by selecting a convenient sampling the data collected were 435 from the employees in the banks. The data were analyzed with the help of Statistical Package of Social Sciences (SPSS). The findings of the study revealed that a positive relationship was… CONTINUE READING

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