Employee Involvement Climate as Predictor of Work Related Attitudes: A Study in India
Volume: 13 Number: 2 Year: 2013
Mr. Pushpendra Priyadarshi
This research paper examines employee involvement climate as a construct and its impact on job satisfaction, organisational commitment and turnover in Indian organisation. The framework of this study has been provided by the earlier work on employee involvement by Lawler and others Lawler, 1996; Lawler et al., 1995) and further examined by Riordan et al., 2005). With a total sample of more than 100 junior and middle level executives, the findings of this study show a strong relationship between employee involvement climate variables and job satisfaction, affective commitment and turnover. Performance based review was found to be the predictor of job satisfaction while information sharing and training had significant impact on affective commitment. The findings of this study allows the researchers and practitioners to understand the important role of the constituent variables, dynamics of how involvement climate affects work related attitude and the importance of creating enabling work environment.