Organizational Commitment

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“A study on the role of perceived organizational support and job satisfaction on organizational commitment with reference to employees in Wellfit Auto Industries. “ Table Of Contents

Introduction…………………………………………………….7-8
Company profile……………………………………………….9-10
Review of literature…………………………………………..11-18
Research Methodology……………………………………..19-22
Analysis…………………………………………………......22-31
Findings, Suggestions & Conclusion……………………32-34
Bibliography……………………………………………….35

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
In today’s work scenario where organizational commitment is diminishing day by day and job hopping is more common, the organization needs to identify what make their employees tick, satisfied
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This is fulfill the demands of bulk orders in the Middle East and other parts of the world with the starting of this new factory at Cochin which has already began the mass production and export. With all the facilities, skilled manpower and hi-tech machineries they are expected to have a boost in the overall production and exports simultaneously from Dubai and Cochin to different parts of the world.

Strengths: * One of the largest manufacturer and exporter of Automobile seat covers in the Middle East & India * About 20 years of experience in the field. * One of the rare companies in the world in similar category who obtained IS0 9001-2000 certifications * Products are well popular and available in the entire U.A.E and AGCC auto products market.

CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE

REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Michael P. O’Driscoll and Donna Randall in the article titled ‘Perceived organizational support, satisfaction with rewards, and employee job involvement and Organizational commitment’ have conducted the study on diary workers in Ireland and New Zealand. They have found that perceived organizational support is significantly linked with job involvement and affective
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