Work Commitment and Job Satisfaction: A Leader's Way

Dr. Shaji Kurian, K. Vijay, P. Rohitha Reddy and Prof. Namrata Nanda

Purpose: This research is to analyse the leadership behaviour styles and how it influences work commitment along with satisfaction with the job. Design/ Methodology/ Approach: Primary data were collected from the people with work experience residing in cities likeChennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Vijayawada. Out of a sample size of 300, 154 valid samples were gathered from the respondents with the help of a structured questionnaire. SPSS version 20.0 was used to analyse the data and interpret the results. Findings: The result states that the laissez-faire leadership style employees, demonstrated more work commitment whereas employees with democratic style had better job satisfaction. Practical Implications: This research is useful to determine the leadership pattern of individuals in connection with career choice, work commitment and how it is related to job satisfaction. Originality/ Value: The novelty of this paper lies in using multi-criterion decision making for prioritizing work commitment and job satisfaction based on leadership styles using TOPSIS.

Volume 11 | 04-Special Issue

Pages: 168-176