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Relationship between Organization Work Climate & Staff Nurses Organizational Commitment

Shereen Ragab Dorgham
Nursing Services Administration Dept, Faculty of Nursing, Tanta University
Abstract :

Commitment is a very important issue in fast growth economies with little or no un- employment. It is important in showing how the organization has to work hard in order to keep their staff or employees committed to the organization . Staff or employees are the assets and the assistants to the organization. The organizational climate or organizational culture is reflected in an organization’s objectives which aim to develop its staff or employees by providing them good working environment and condition, assisting and support them in having job satisfaction, and thus these all will enhance commitment among the staff towards the organization. There are many studies results: organizational climate is positive affects to the commitment relationship towards organization. The better organizational climate is, the more organizational commitment. The present study aimed to assess the relationship between organizational work climate & the nursing staff organizational commitment at Tanta Main University Hospital. Ninety respondents participated in the study (65 staff nurses & 25 Head nurses). The data of the study was collected using two separate instruments modified by the researcher, first one assessed organization work climate and the second assessed subjects’ organizational commitment. This study proved the positive relationship between organization work climate and organizational commitment among the studied subjects. It revealed the correlation between six dimensions of organization climate and organizational commitment among studied subjects. The study recommended that; organization managements should provide necessary facilities, conducive organizational climate and take actions that cater for the welfare of the workers to improve organizational commitment. 

Keywords :
economy; employment; organization; climate; welfare; commitment.

Date Deposited : 16 May 2016 20:33

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Volume 10, Number 5, - 2012 , ISSN 1545-0740

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