The relationship between job rotation and duty commitment of employees: A case study among employees of Islamic Azad University, District 13
International Journal of Organizational Leadership,
Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 87-95
AbstractOrganizational commitment is very important, as it can lead to competitive advantage and financial success and it is considered a key of competitive advantage. Duty commitment is a dimension of organizational commitment and it refers to the employee’s sense of obligation to remain in the organization. In this dimension of commitment, individuals consider their responsibility to continue working in organization and thereby, discharge their duties to organization. An approach to improve duty commitment is job rotation, because an individual will work with interest, the gap between individual objectives and organizational objectives will be narrowed and organizational commitment will be increased. The main subject in this study is to answer the question that how is the relationship between job rotation and duty commitment of employees of Islamic Azad University, district 13? This study is applied and descriptive in terms of objective and is conducted by surveying. The statistical population of this study includes non-academic staff members of Islamic Azad University. Pearson correlation coefficient is used in data analysis and results indicated that there is a significant correlation between job rotation and affective duty commitment.
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