Investigation of Structural Relationship between Organizational Climate and Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment among Employees of Paknam Company
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.