The Predictive Value of Job Satisfaction and Relevant Factors in Predicting of Commitment in the Workplace, Job Involvement and Job Opportunity of Bank Employees
Human resource management involves multiple areas of integration of management and employees. But the most important segment of quality and comprehensive report remains reliable employee who is satisfied by the work, willing to progress and learn. The last decades with complete certainty, it can be stated that job satisfaction and similar phenomena appears in the role of the most important explanatory constructions, as in the field of empirical research, psychometric measurement, as well as in the applicative. The purpose of this research corresponds with intent to verify the predictive value of job satisfaction (including its structural components), as well as relevant factors in explaining the commitment, involvement and job opportunities for bank employees. Research results claimed linear interaction even the predictive value of tested models. Model which includes job satisfaction and its structural components, together explains 38.9% of criterion variables (18.8% of the criterion variable commitment in the workplace, 14.2% of the criterion variable job opportunities, and 5.9% of the criterion variable job involvement). On the other hand the relevant factors together explain about 13% of the variances of criterion variables (13% for job involvement, 2.4% for commitment in the workplace and 1% for the job opportunity). The research was conducted on a sample of 104 subjects (age 25 and 62 years) of all employed in regular employment in the four largest commercial banks in Kosovo.
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Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies ISSN 2281 3993(Print) ISSN 2281-4612(Online)
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