Joint Consultation and Workers Commitment in Nigerian Banking Industry

Tarela Okpu, Seth Accra Jaja

Abstract


This study examined the relationship between Joint Consultation, a form of Employee Voice and WorkersCommitment. Using Cross Sectional Survey design, a sample size of 357 workers from the banks in theSouth-South zone of Nigeria was used as respondents. The results drawn from the use of Spearman Rank OrderCorrelation showed that Joint Consultation had a significant positive association with workers affectivecommitment, but no significant association with workers continuance and normative commitment. The studyfound that with the use of Joint Consultation, workers are emotionally attached to their organizations andexhibits little continuance and normative commitment.


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