Perceived organizational support, employee morale and organizational commitment: a case study Of Redemptive Tours Limited
Kiwelu, Glory Hurnneliston
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The study sought to examine the relationship between perceived organizational support, employee morale and organizational commitment among employees of Redemptive Tours Limited. The study was guided by the following objectives; To examine whether perceived organizational support significantly influences organizational commitment. To examine whether perceived organizational support and employee morale are significantly related. To assess whether employee morale is related to organizational commitment. The researcher used a sample of 70 administrative staffs working in Redemptive Tours Limited (Krejie & Morgan, 1970). Results from table 7 show that p=.000 and r=-.611**. Therefore, the alternative hypothesis is retained as it’s concluded that there is a negative significant relationship between perceived organizational support and employee morale. Results from table 7 shows that p=.239, r=143. Therefore, the alternative hypothesis is rejected and it’s concluded that there is no significant relationship between Perceived organizational support and Organization commitment. Results in table 7 shows that p < 0.05, as r = -.624**. Therefore, the alternative hypothesis is retained as it’s concluded that there is a negative significant relationship between Employee morale and Organizational commitment. It was recommended that; The organization can also come up with a code of conduct that states the rules and regulations that should be followed by the staff, however the management can an extra mail of putting up an independent department that should enforce the stated rules and regulation. They can also introduce motivational activities such as sports, improving their welfare through good food and break first this can improve employee moral hence indicating organizational support to workers thus enabling them stay committed to their work which leads high productivity.