Analysis of Organisational Culture on Component Conceptualisation of Organisational Commitment in Ghana's Banking Industry

Denis Owusu Amofa, Martin Owusu Ansah
2017 Business & Social Sciences Journal (BSSJ)  
The organisational culture within the Banking industry has crucial untoward consequences on employee commitment due to competition within the sector. The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between organisational culture and organisational commitment in the Ghanaian Banking Industry using Multinational banks. The study followed a positivist research philosophy and adopted a quantitative approach in gathering, interpreting and analysing the data. Data was collected from 121
more » ... mployees working with multinational banks in Kumasi, Ghana through structured questionnaires. Structural Equation Modelling using Smart PLS version 2.0 was used to analyse the data. The findings show that organisational culture of the banks in Ghana has a positive relationship with affective commitment, normative commitment as well as calculative commitment. The findings contribute to a better understanding of how companies' cultures have a strong influence on employees' commitment. The findings point to the need for managers in the multinational banks to pay attention to the commitment level of their employees in order to ensure that employees within the industry have a pleasurable working environment.
doi:10.26831/bssj.2016.2.2.1-26 fatcat:qu6ntdx6pfdznk6wyg2ns53yze