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Relationship of Work Motivation and Organisational Commitment with Job Satisfaction of Female Police Constables

Journal of Organisation and Human Behaviour

Volume 3 Issue 4

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Fatema-Tu-Zohra Binte Zaman, Noor Muhammad, Bilkis Khanam | Author(s) Affiliation:
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The present study was designed to investigate the relationship among work motivation, organisational commitment, and job satisfaction of female police constables. 50 female police constables were selected purposively and conveniently as sample from the headquarters of Dhaka Metropolitan Police situated in Dhaka city. Bangla versions of work motivation scale, Brayfield-Rothe job satisfaction scale and organisational commitment questionnaire were applied on the respondents respectively for the current investigation. Four hypotheses were formulated to test in the present study. Data were analyzed by applying Pearson product correlation and step wise multiple regression methods. Results indicate that there are significant positive relationships of work motivation and organisational commitment with job satisfaction. Results also show that the variables of the present study are positively inter-correlated. Thus the findings confirm all the formulated hypotheses. Regression analysis indicates that organisational commitment and work motivation are the important predictors of job satisfaction which jointly explains 22.5% of variance in job satisfaction. R2 change further more indicates that work motivation is the best predictor which alone explains 18.2% of variation in job satisfaction. However, the findings of the present study suggest that achieving the organisational goals may be required work motivation and committed employees.

Keywords: Work Motivation, Organisational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Female, Police Constables

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