Impact of Peer Relationship and Organizational Culture on Organizational Commitment through Job Satisfaction: Moderating Role of Psychological Capital

  • Ghulam Abbas Bhatti
  • Muhammad Nawaz
  • Beenish Ramzan
  • Sami Ullah

Abstract

This research is a preliminary study, which aims to examine the relationship among peer relationship, organizational commitment, organizational culture and job satisfaction. Besides, the mediation role, the study also investigates the significance of job satisfaction. Further, while investigating the moderating impact of psychological capital “PsyCap” between the peer relationship and organizational commitment, it determined that PsyCap strengthens peer relationship and organizational commitment in Pakistan Railways. Thus, at large, job satisfaction had played mediating role between culture and employee commitment. On the other hand, PsyCap has a moderating impact in this study, whereas the job satisfaction does not arbitrate among peer relationships, organizational culture and organizational commitment.

Published
2017-06-22
How to Cite
BHATTI, Ghulam Abbas et al. Impact of Peer Relationship and Organizational Culture on Organizational Commitment through Job Satisfaction: Moderating Role of Psychological Capital. Management and Administrative Sciences Review, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 3, p. 145-160, june 2017. ISSN 2308-1368. Available at: <http://absronline.org/journals/index.php/masr/article/view/716>. Date accessed: 15 dec. 2017.
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