The Influence of Employee Benefits Towards Organizational Commitment

Soon, Yew Ju and Lai, Kuan Kong and Hussin, Zaliha and Jusoff, Kamaruzaman (2008) The Influence of Employee Benefits Towards Organizational Commitment. Asian Social Science, 4 (8). pp. 147-150. ISSN 1911-2017

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Abstract

Employee benefits which included mandatory benefits and fringe benefits are becoming essential portion of the compensation packages that are offered by organizations to their employees. The purpose of this study was to reveal whether employee benefits offered by the organization are important as antecedents to organizational commitment for employees in food-manufacturing industry in the state of Kedah, Malaysia. A total of 161 employees responded to the survey. The results of the study suggested that mandatory benefits and fringe benefits were positively influenced organizational commitment. The results further denoted that fringe benefits fully mediated mandatory benefits when predicting organizational commitment. The implications of the findings were discussed.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Organizational commitment, Employee benefits, Food-manufacturing industry, SMIs
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Forestry
ID Code:7606
Deposited By: Norhazura Hamzah
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