A Hierarchical-Subgrouping approach for the determination of significant moderators influencing the relationship between favourable Organizational Climate and Job Attitude

Nitin Arora, Jordan University of Science & Technology Amman
Abstract

This study seeks to contribute to a better understanding of the relationship between Organizational Climate and favourable employee commitment by an effort to determine the various moderators as a potential predictor through the Hierarchical Sub-group meta-analytic approach. Out of the ten moderators selected, eight moderators were found to be influencing majorly the said relationship. Gender, Age and Study Sample size exhibited very large influence in moderating the relationship. The findings have potential to affect how the Industrial Organization psychologist / HR managers / Consultants need to interpret the non-meta-analytic empirical studies before recommending the changes in the organization to increase the commitment levels in the Organizations.

Keywords: Meta-analysis, Hierarchical Sub-grouping method, favourable Organizational Climate, employee commitment

Suggested citation: Arora, N. (2010) A Hierarchical-Subgrouping approach for the determination of significant moderators influencing the relationship between favourable Organizational Climate and Job Attitude.  Skyline Business Journal, Volume 6, No 1, pp 48-56.

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Arora, N. (2010) A Hierarchical-Subgrouping approach for the determination of significant moderators influencing the relationship between favourable Organizational Climate and Job Attitude.  Skyline Business Journal, Volume 6, No 1, pp 48-56.