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Title: The Relationship of Training and Development, Compensation, Job Stress, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment: An Example of a Commercial Bank in Honduras
The Relationship of Training and Development, Compensation, Job Stress, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment: An Example of a Commercial Bank in Honduras
Authors: 張媁雯
Wei-Wen Chang
羅葆菈
Nancy Paola Rodríguez Zavala
Keywords: job satisfaction
training and development
compensation
job stress
organizational commitment
job satisfaction
training and development
compensation
job stress
organizational commitment
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: Organizational commitment and job satisfaction are important predictors of organizational performance and help organizations reach competitive advantage. In order for organizations to survive during times of economic recession they have to make extra efforts to keep the employees satisfied and committed towards the organization. There are many factors affecting employees’ job satisfaction and commitment, this study focuses on the factors of job stress, training and development and compensation. The data for this study was collected from 250 employees of Banco Atlántida, Honduras most important bank. SPSS statistics software was used to analyze the data. The results obtained indicate that training and development and compensation have a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction; job stress however has a negative but significant effect on job satisfaction. The results also indicate that job satisfaction has a positive and significant effect on organizational commitment. Lastly, job satisfaction showed to have a mediator effect between independent variables, training and development, compensation, job stress and the dependent variable organizational commitment. This study contributes and gives more information to the banking industry in Honduras, especially to Banco Atlántida, about the real situation of the employees.
Organizational commitment and job satisfaction are important predictors of organizational performance and help organizations reach competitive advantage. In order for organizations to survive during times of economic recession they have to make extra efforts to keep the employees satisfied and committed towards the organization. There are many factors affecting employees’ job satisfaction and commitment, this study focuses on the factors of job stress, training and development and compensation. The data for this study was collected from 250 employees of Banco Atlántida, Honduras most important bank. SPSS statistics software was used to analyze the data. The results obtained indicate that training and development and compensation have a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction; job stress however has a negative but significant effect on job satisfaction. The results also indicate that job satisfaction has a positive and significant effect on organizational commitment. Lastly, job satisfaction showed to have a mediator effect between independent variables, training and development, compensation, job stress and the dependent variable organizational commitment. This study contributes and gives more information to the banking industry in Honduras, especially to Banco Atlántida, about the real situation of the employees.
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