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Organizational commitment of employees: a study on AXIS and HDFC banks of Chhattisgarh, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Management, Shri Shankracharya Institute of Professional Management & Technology, Raipur (CG), India
  • 2Department of Management Studies, Chouskey Engineering College, Bilapur (CG), India

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 6, Issue (6), Pages 8-11, June,6 (2017)


This study aims to determine the impact of personal factors on organizational commitment among the employees of Axis and HDFC bank of Chhattisgarh. In this empirical study, the dependent variable is organizational commitment. It is classified into three components as affective, normative and continuous commitment. The independent variable is personal factor and their parameters. A survey-based exploratory and conclusive research design was used. The data was collected from employees of Axis and HDFC bank of Chhattisgarh through structured questionnaires. To check the validity Principal component analysis with varimax rotation was used and for the reliability of the instrument Cronbach’s coefficient alpha were used. Regression analysis was used to determine the causal relationship between both the independent &dependent variables. The result from this empirical investigation is in accordance with the research hypothesis, which states that personal factors have significant impact on organizational commitment.


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