Jan'19


The IUP Journal of Organizational Behavior

ISSN: 0972-687X

A 'peer reviewed' journal indexed on Cabell's Directory,
and also distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database

It is a quarterly journal focusing on Organization design, Job performance, Motivation and Job satisfaction; Work-life balance and Stress management; Group dynamics; HR policies and practices and management of HR; Turnover and Absenteeism; Leadership and its role in goal setting and innovation in the organization; Organizational culture and decision making, etc.

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Focus Areas
  • Organization Design
  • Job Performance
  • Motivation and Satisfaction
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Good Dynamics
  • Leadership
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A Study of Employee Engagement and Its Impact on Organizational Citizenship Behavior in the Hotel Industry
50
The Influence of Motivation and Locus of Control on Commitment: An Empirical Study Amongst the State University Teachers
50
Employee Engagement, Demographic Characteristics and Performance of State Research and Training Corporations in Kenya
50
       
Contents : (Jan' 2019)

A Study of Employee Engagement and Its Impact on Organizational Citizenship Behavior in the Hotel Industry
Sheetal Yadav and Kishore Kumar Morya

The study aims to examine the relationship between Employee Engagement (EE) and Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) in the Indian hotel industry. Data was collected using a research instrument for EE and OCB. The response rate for employee engagement was 25.5% and for OCB 13.75%. The Exploratory Factor Analysis extracted three factors of EE, namely, intimacy, enthrall, and participation. Further, these factors of EE were analyzed with OCB for correlation and t-test, and the result proves that EE has a significant impact on OCB. Since the deductive inquiry proceeds from the general concept to the specific, the findings of the study provide a significant indicator to the firms for enhancing OCB by engaging its employees more effectively. The study can contribute to developing a conceptual model for demonstrating the relationship between EE and OCB.


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The Influence of Motivation and Locus of Control on Commitment: An Empirical Study Amongst the State University Teachers
Amardeep Kaur Ahluwalia and Kamal Preet

The purpose of this study is to find the influence of the dimensions of motivation and locus of control on the dimensions of organizational commitment. Data was collected from 250 state university teachers of Punjab. The findings reveal that the state university teachers are more intrinsically motivated rather than extrinsically. Also, they show highest affective commitment, followed by continuance commitment and normative commitment. A significant positive relation of external locus of control with continuance commitment and extrinsic motivation with normative commitment is found. This reveals that higher level of external locus of control leads to higher continuance commitment, though insignificant, while extrinsic motivation leads to higher sense of organizational obligation.


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Employee Engagement, Demographic Characteristics and Performance of State Research and Training Corporations in Kenya
Stephen G Cheche, Stephen M A Muathe and Samuel M Maina

Research and training are very important drivers of economic development and account for differences in development levels between and among countries. In Africa and most Third World countries, research and training are mostly carried out by state entities specifically formed for the purpose. However, the performance of the public service has been criticized due to unpredictable and unsatisfactory performance. As the population increases and the demand on meager resources is also on the rise, the role of research and training becomes more critical. However, there is only scanty empirical research on the performance of state corporations in research and training. Therefore, this study attempts to investigate the influence of employee engagement on the performance of research and training state corporations in Kenya. Specifically, the study seeks to investigate the influence of demographic characteristics on the relationship between employee engagement and the performance of research and training state corporations in Kenya. The study found that employee engagement has a significant influence on organizational performance and that the relationship between them is moderated by age, education and tenure. The study concluded that employers should pay attention to the demographic composition of their workforce while providing safe and secure work environment that lowers staff turnover.


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