Employee Commitment and Organizational Performance: A Study of a Cooperative Jute Mill in India

Dr. Papori Baruah ., Debraj Subedi .

Abstract


Assam Co-operative Jute Mills ltd. being in the cooperative sector is unique of its kind in the country. Though it has a glorious history, it plunged into oblivion for running around one and a half decade due to its internal crisis. But with pressure from the public and the employees it was re-opened and since then it never looked back. Obviously the reasons behind the organization’s revival and sustenance are worth exploring. The study attempts to find out the presence of Employee Commitment in the organization and its relationship with Organizational Performance. The study also explored and revealed the reasons behind the lack of performance during certain periods.

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employee commitment, work involvement, organizational performance.

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