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Quality of Work Life, Self-Efficacy, and Job Satisfaction as Predictors of Organizational Commitment Among University Teachers

OPUS: HR Journal

Volume 9 Issue 1

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: Mohd. Ahamar Khan, Shah Mohd. Khan | Author(s) Affiliation: Research Scholar, Dept. of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim Univ., Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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This study examined quality of work life (QWL), self-efficacy (SE), and job satisfaction (JS) as predictors of organizational commitment (OC) among university teachers. A representative sample of 300 teaching staff using stratified random sampling was selected. Keeping in view nature and objectives of the present research, zero order correlation and OLS multiple linear regression analyses (model with the best-fit predictor) was carried out. Correlation analyses indicated that QWL, SE, and JS were positively and significantly correlated with OC. Multiple linear regression analyses showed that overall QWL, SE, and JS passed on the criteria to predict the OC. The goodness of fit of the model (R2 change) was determined to predict the OC. The coefficient of determination was 23%, 6%, 1%, for overall QWL, SE, and JS respectively and altogether 30% variance was explained in OC. Further, effect size for each significant predictor was estimated and passed on the criteria of requisite value. Implication and suggestion for future research discussed.

Keywords: Quality of Work Life, Self-efficacy, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment

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