Effect of Industrial Relations on Employees' Commitment in Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Nigeria

2020 Journal of Resources Development and Management  
The study assessed effect of industrial relations on employees' commitment in Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Nigeria. The study adopted a survey research design. The population of the study comprises 2820 staff of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Corporate Headquarters, Abuja. The study used Taro Yamane to determine the sample size of 349 and the management staff of 26. The method of data collection used by this study was a questionnaire that was administered
more » ... t was administered to the respondents. The statistical tools used are multiple regressions. The findings revealed that industrial relations have a positive and insignificant effect on employees' commitment in NNPC, Abuja. Other findings were that collective bargaining has a positive and insignificant effect on employees' commitment in NNPC, Abuja, and industrial harmony has a positive and significant effect on employees' commitment in NNPC, Abuja while remuneration has a positive and insignificant effect on employees' commitment in NNPC, Abuja. The study recommended that NNPC, Abuja headquarters should try to improve on their industrial relations tool such as collective bargaining to ensure that employees are committed to work since it has positive relationship. They should apply policies that will enhance employees' commitment in the aspect of industrial harmony. They should also improve on remuneration of the employees to ensure that employees are encouraged to be committed to their work.
doi:10.7176/jrdm/67-04 fatcat:3wjfljcjojezhiysrtb4z4ugpu