Assessing the Impact of Job Involvement and Commitment on Organizational Productivity in the Arab/Gulf Countries

Khalid Mazayed, Muhammad Saqib Khan, Ghulam Muhammad Kundi, Qamar Affaq Qureshi, Robina Akhtar, Hazrat Bilal


The relationship between job involvement, organizational commitment and productivity/ performance is well studied concept in western organizational literature because organizational commitment and job involvement are crucial factors having direct effect over organizational performance. It is generally assumed that since workers with high organizational commitment and job involvement are usually highly satisfied with their organization and job, hence puts extra efforts to perform better in the organization which ultimately leads to organizational efficiency. Despite given importance to the said constructs, limited studies have been conducted in developing countries and especially in Arab/Gulf countries. The proposed study was designed to assess the effects of job involvement and workers commitment on organizational performance in Middle East countries. Findings of the study reveal significant positive relationship between job involvements, employee’s commitment and organizational productivity. The study concludes clearly indicate that organizations with high job involvement and employees’ commitment are performing well than organizations with little job involvement and low employees’ commitment.

Keywords: Job involvement, organizational commitment and organizational productivity/ performance

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