Stimulating Organizational Citizenship Behavior by Applying Organizational Commitment and Satisfaction

International Journal of social Sciences and Economic Review

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Title Stimulating Organizational Citizenship Behavior by Applying Organizational Commitment and Satisfaction
Creator Aram H. Massoud
Settings Alaa S Jameel
Abd Rahman Ahmad
Subject Organizational Citizenship Behaviours
Iraqi Hotel Industry
Organizational Commitment
Job Satisfaction.
Description Purpose of the study: This study aims to apply organizational commitment and job satisfaction as an indicator to stimulate organizational citizenship behaviours.
Methodology: The data collected by a questionnaire survey conducted among a group of hotel employees in Baghdad, Iraq. The 200 questionnaires distributed, the researchers received 149, were valid responses. The data were analyzed by AMOS software after ensuring validity, Reliability, and model fit.
Main Findings: The results revealed that organizational commitment and job satisfaction play a positive and influential role in changing the organizational citizenship behaviours among hotel employees. Also, organizational commitment has a stronger impact on improving the behaviour of employees than job satisfaction.
Research limitations/implications: The study contributes to human resource managers as it reveals the influential role of firms' commitment and job satisfaction on altering staff behaviours towards organizational citizenship. Therefore, it is understood that more variables need to be considered, such as psychological contract and employees' empowerment.
Novelty/Originality of this study: The finding can fill the gap in the literature related to this article in the Iraqi setting, where studies about organizational citizenship is not existing in this context.
Publisher Aims Academics Journals
Date 2020-06-27
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source International Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Review; Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Jun, 2020; 20-27
Language eng

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