Perceived Influence Of Organisational Support On Organisational Commitment In Githunguri Dairy Co-Operative Society Limited
The main objective of this study was to establish the influence of organisational support on employee commitment in Githunguri Dairy Farmers Co-operative Society Limited. This study was informed by social-exchange theory and organisational support theory. The study targeted 7560 employees from Githunguri Dairy Farmers Co-operative Society Limited. The study sampled 380 employees using stratified random sampling. Primary data was done by using questionnaires which were used as the research instruments for the respondents. Data analysis of primary data was done using quantitative and qualitative techniques. Data was presented using frequency tables. Secondary data was obtained from journals. Data collected was analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The study found out that the employees think the organisation values their contribution to its well-being. The organization notices the good the employees do and there is help from the organisation when they have problem. The organisation cares about the general satisfaction at work of the employees. The supervisors care about the employees opinions and the work supervisor really cares about the employee‟s well-being. The supervisors strongly consider the employees goals and values them. The supervisor also understands when employees talk about personal or family issues that affect their work. It can be concluded that organizational support influences employee‟s commitment. Employees would be very happy to spend the rest of their career with the current organization. Employees really feel as if their organisation‟s problems were their own. Employees felt a sense of belonging to their organization and they do not feel emotionally attached to this organization. The study examines only two factors: organization support and organization commitment that influence employees commitment in Githunguri Dairy Co-operative Society Limited, therefore, further research should be carried out on other factors like policies, rules and regulations that might have effect on employee‟s commitment.
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