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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 5457-5468

Study Of Deposit Money Banks In Jammu And Kashmir To See How Change Management Affects Employee Commitment

Mrs. Sabbah Iqbal, Dr. S.Vennila Shree, Dr. Aabid Hussain Naik.


The impact of change management on deposit money bank staff commitment is investigated in this study. The study used a cross-sectional research survey. Using a basic random sample procedure, the accessible population is made up of five (5) banks. A total of 122 employees were polled. Taro Yamane's sample size is 93. Face validity was used to determine the instrument's validity. The Cronbach alpha test was used to verify the instrument's reliability. With the use of SPSS, the hypotheses were tested using Spearman's Rank Order Correlation Coefficient (rho) (20.0). Change management has a positive significant effect on employee commitment, according to the study's findings. The study indicated that communication and employee participation in change management will increase employees' commitment to the organisation. It was suggested that bank managers use communication as a way to overcome workplace opposition to change. Second, other financial institution managers should urge their workers to take part in the change management process.

Key words: Change management, employee dedication, communication,, Employee Commitment.

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