STUDY OF DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY EMPLOYEES

Yesha Sheth, Dr. I. S. Singh

Abstract


The main aim of this study is to 􀃶nd out signi􀃶cant effect of age, gender and tenure on organizational commitment.
A sample of 207 respondents working in software technology industry have been taken. The Organizational
Commitment scale was administered and tenure in the organization was found to be having statistically signi􀃶cant effect on organizational
commitment. Moreover it is found that age and gender do not have signi􀃶cant effect on organizational commitment. The 􀃶ndings and the
implications thereon are discussed.


Keywords


Organizational Commitment, Software Technology, Demographic variables.

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References


Abdulkadir and Ramazan (2017) the Role of Demographic Factors in Predicting Organizational Commitment among Security Employees, European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 2(5), pp-410-416.

Allen N. J. and Meyer P. J., (1990) The Measurement and antecedents of affective, continuance and normative commitment to the organization, Journal of Occupational Psychology, 63, pp-1-18.


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