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|Title:||Organizational Commitment Role in Mediating the Impact of the Organizational Culture Dimensions on Job Satisfaction for MFIs' Employees in Palestine|
|Publisher:||International Journal of Business and Social Science|
|Abstract:||The purpose of manuscript is to investigate the organizational commitment role in mediating the impact of organizational culture dimensions on job satisfaction for employees in Palestinian Microfinance Institutions. Main results prove that selected organizational culture dimensions are empirically correlated. This manuscript found that there is significant direct impact of organizational values on job satisfaction, and indirect impact using organizational commitment as a mediator. Moreover, there is no indirect impact of organizational beliefs, norms, and expatiations on job satisfaction using mediator.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty & Staff Scientific Research publications|
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