The Impact of Employee Motivation on Organizational Commitment

Faisal N. Al-Madi, Husam Assal, Fayiz Shrafat, Dia Zeglat


The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of motivating the front line employees of retail stores in Jordan on the organizational commitment. The study is aim to appraise the existing literatures and build up the conceptual framework as well as hypotheses. The research was conducted with a convenience sample. A total of 97 respondents from C-Town retail stores and Sameh Mall have participated in this research survey. Analysis of data and the discussion is included. Data collected were analyzed by the application of statistical tests i.e., Cronbach’s alpha reliability, Pearson correlation and Simple Linear Regression using SPSS 20.0. Results showed that significant impact from employee motivation of front line employees on organizational commitment (affective, normative and continuance). Some important recommendations are also derived from the study.

Keywords: Employee Motivation, Organizational Commitment, Affective Organizational Commitment, Continuance Organizational Commitment, Normative Organizational Commitment.

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