ORGANISATIONAL CLIMATE AND EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT IN THE NIGERIAN TOURISM SECTOR
The study explored the effect of organizational climate on employee commitment in the tourism sector in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. Correlation and Multiple regressions were used to analyze data collected via 159 copies of valid structured questionnaire. The study revealed that job security, job design, internal communication and workplace relationship are good fit of the study and as well concluded that all variables hypnotized have positive statistical significant effect on EMPC in Delta State, Nigeria. The study recommended that firms develop a favourable organisation climate to boost employee engagement and improve job effort.
Keywords: Employee Commitment, Internal Communication, Job Design, Organisational Climate.
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