The Effects of Cultural Dimensions and HR Practices on Organisational Commitment: An Empirical Evidence from the Telecom Sector of Pakistan

Muhammad Zeeshan, Hazoor Muhammad Sabir


The study was aimed to acquire the effects of cultural dimensions and HR practices on organizational commitment of the fastest growing telecom sector in Pakistan. A questionnaire was used and distributed to 200 correspondents among the telecom sector in the equal ratio and from which 149 were received back. The research tools were collectivism and power distance, rewards, psychological empowerment, performance evaluation and organizational commitment respectively, questionnaires of Dortman and Howell’s, Al-Nsour, Spreitzer, Cook and Crossman, and Porter were used. The study revealed that power distance, rewards, psychological empowerment and performance evaluation bore the significant impact, whereas collectivism showed insignificant impact on the organizational commitment

Keywords: Collectivism, Power Distance, Rewards, Psychological Empowerment, Performance Evaluation, Organizational Commitment.

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