Internal Social Responsibility and Its Impact on Job Commitment: Empirical Study on Jordanian Cement Manufacturing Co.

Seif Obeid ALshbiel, Waleed M. AL-Awawdeh

Abstract


The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between internal social responsibility and job commitment
from a sample of 131-employees in Jordanian Cement Manufacturing Co. This study adopts the descriptive
analytical methodology both theoretical and practical. Results showed a positive statistically strong relationship
between the organizational structure and job commitment. Further, results also showed a negative relationship
between the managerial policies and organizational commitment; and no statistically significant relationship
between corporate innovation and job commitment. This study concludes with a number of recommendations that
call for clearly identified management policies; enhancement of the innovation process at a larger scale that
motivates job commitment among employees. This study calls for further studies that measure the effect of
innovation, as one of internal social responsibility dimensions, on job commitment in industrial companies such as
the Arab Potash Co. and Jordan Petroleum Refinery Co. to find out whether they agree or disagree with results
from this study.

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