The Influence of Employee’s Commitment on the Organisational Performance in the Nigerian Brewery

Publication Date : 06/01/2021

Author(s) :

1Imadonmwiyi Igho Elvis, , 2Uhumwangho O. , 3 Oguah Christopher , 4 Edosomwan O. Sabrena.

Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
Issue 1
(01 - 2021)

Abstract :

This study investigates the purpose of exploring how employees’ commitment can be effectively managed to achieve organizational performance. The research commences with the foundation of previous work. The objective of the study was to establish the relationship between employee commitment (normative commitment and continuance commitment) and organizational performance of the breweries sector in Nigeria. The research was carried out through a quantitative methodology; using a simple random sampling method in the selection of respondents. Questionnaires were administered in other to obtain data to examine the relationship between the variables. The sample size of 308 used for the study was determined using Taro Yamane’s formula. Analysis of data was carried out using multiple regression statistical technique with the aid of SPSS software and findings were arrived at. The findings of the study provided that normative commitment and continuance commitment both have a significant influence on organizational performance thereby establishing a relationship between the dependent and the independent variables. It was recommended that organizations must exhibit a high level of commitment to their employees if the organization is to get employees to be committed. More so, organizations should prepare a comprehensive and integrated system of performance management for building employee commitment. Consequently, firms should keep their employees sufficiently satisfied by providing the key elements and solutions that solve their eminent pain point. Keywords: Employee’s commitment, organizational performance, Organizational Performance

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