International Journal of Research in Human Resource Management
2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A
Organizational factors affecting the commitment of sewing machine operators case study from Courtaulds clothing Lanka Pvt. Ltd
The Employee commitment is recently being discussed in world context. The literature on organizational factors affecting the commitment of sewing machine operators recently focuses on the Asian market and as a result it is being spread in the Sri Lankan context. Though employee commitment in Sri Lankan apparel is observed in the literature, organizational factors affecting for the commitment is not yet clearly understood. Sri Lankan apparel sector plays a huge role in country economy. As a trend employee are more conscious about jobs and willingly take steps to contribute to the national economy. Present research measured the impact of factors, flex-time job, job autonomy, peer support, superior support, workload identified from literature and their influence onto the commitment of sawing machine operators. The research aimed to solve the issue of what are the organizational factors affecting commitment of sewing machine operators? Research was carried out by using quantitative method and a questionnaire was distributed among machine operators who working at Courtaulds clothing Lanka Pvt. Ltd. responses were taken as the sample for the study. Correlation analysis, regression and hypothesis testing was implemented to understand the impact between the independent factors and commitment. Researcher found that commitment is dependent on. Flex-time job, job autonomy, peer support, superior support, workload According to research findings, these organizational factors significantly impact the machine operators.
Ushani Mandawala. Organizational factors affecting the commitment of sewing machine operators case study from Courtaulds clothing Lanka Pvt. Ltd. Int J Res Hum Resour Manage 2021;3(2):01-09. DOI: 10.33545/26633213.2021.v3.i2a.64