MOTIVATION ENHANCING HRM PRACTICES’ AND EMPLOYEE DEMOGRAPHICS ON AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT AMONG EMPLOYEES IN TEXTILE MANUFACTURING IN PAKISTAN

Ghulam Mustafa, Ahmed Raza Bilal, Babak Mahmood, Ghulam Murtaza


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v18i4.1115

Abstract


The current study is an attempt to probe the relationship of a set
of motivation enhancing HRM practices & employee demographics with affective commitment among employees working in textile manufacturing organizations. A well-structured questionnaire tool was used to collect the data from 232 employees working on managerial positions. The Pearson coefficient of correlation and ANNOVA analyses revealed that system consisting of motivation enhancing HRM practices and demographic variable “age” were stronger predictors of employee affective commitment, the education level exhibited association at 0.08 significance level, the employee demographics: gender and job period posed no significant association with employee affective commitment. The findings are in relevance with past researches, practical implications and need for future
research are also discussed.

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