American Journal of Economics, Finance and Management
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American Journal of Economics, Finance and Management, Vol.1, No.3, Jun. 2015, Pub. Date: May 14, 2015
Relationship Between Perceived Organizational Support and Organizational Citizenship Behavior; a Study of Employees in National Highway Authority of Pakistan
Pages: 195-199 Views: 2361 Downloads: 2243
Authors
[01] Rizwan Qaiser Danish, Hailey College of Commerce, University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.
[02] Asad Afzal Humayon, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Vehari, Pakistan.
[03] Ahmad Usman Shahid, Hailey College of Commerce, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.
[04] Hafiz Waqas Ahmad, Institute of Business and Finance, National University of Modern Languages, Lahore, Pakistan.
[05] Ghulam Murtaza, Institute of Business and Finance, National University of Modern Languages, Lahore, Pakistan.
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between perceived organizational support and organizational citizenship behavior of the employees in NHA (National Highway Authority) of Pakistan. Data was collected through questionnaires distributed in a survey and overall 200 useable filled questionnaires were received. Convenience sampling technique was applied for the selection of sample and SPSS 16 was used for the analysis of the data. Results indicate that positive environment, organizational resources, the behavior of the employees, organizational environment, and other related factors are all linked to organizational citizenship behavior positively. This paper also provides the implications of the study for human resource managers and tries to find out how to improve organizational citizenship behavior in the organizations by providing organizational support to the employees.
Keywords
Organizational Citizenship Behaviors, Organizational Effectiveness, Perceived Organizational Support, Organizational Climate
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