Human Resource Development Climate and Employee Commitment in Recapitalized Nigerian Banks

Akinyemi Benjamin, Iornem David


This study was undertaken to measure employees’ perception of their affective, normative and continuance
commitment in relation to the prevailing developmental climate within the Nigerian banking sector in the context
of reforms and change. The sample comprised 303 employees of selected recapitalized Nigerian commercial
banks. Data for the study were gathered through self-administered questionnaire. The data collected were
subjected to appropriate statistical analysis using the Statistical Package for Social Scientists (SPSS) to produce
the mean, standard deviation, variance and Pearson product moment correlation coefficient of variables. The
formulated hypothesis was tested at 0.01 level of significance and the result of statistical analysis indicated the
existence of positive relationship between HRD climate and Organizational Commitment.

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