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international journal of business management
Volume 4, 2019, Issue 4
Investigation of Structural Relationship between Organizational Climate and Job ‎Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment among Employees of Paknam ‎Company
Rahman Aminyan
Pages: 42-49


This study aimed to investigate the structural relationship between organizational ‎climate and job satisfaction and organizational commitment. The sample consisted of ‎‎120 Paknam Company employees, selected by stratified randomized sampling method. ‎Research tools included Organizational Climate Questionnaire (OCDQ) developed by ‎Halpin and Craft in 1963, the Job Satisfaction Inventory (JDI) developed by Wysocki ‎& Kromm in 1961, and the Organizational Commitment Questionnaire (OCQ) ‎developed by Allen and Meyer in 1991. The results show that supportive ‎organizational climate increases organizational commitment. In addition, supportive ‎organizational climate increases organizational commitment through effect on job ‎satisfaction, and supportive organizational climate increases job satisfaction and job ‎satisfaction increases organizational commitment‎.

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