The Organizational Commitment: The Study of Mentoring and Leader-member Exchange (Lmx) Among Auditors in Malaysia-moderating Effects of Gender

By Kah Loong Leow.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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The purpose of this research is to determine the influence of job satisfaction, organizational empowerment, organizational trust and career advancement opportunities on organizational commitment and whether gender differences play a role in moderating the above-mentioned relationships among the executives and non-executives workforce in the retail industry in Klang valley, Malaysia. Hierarchical regression analyses of 961 (39% return rate) responses revealed that job satisfaction, organizational empowerment and career advancement opportunities are important in determining employees’ commitment to the organization. In line to that, gender was found to moderate the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment for female employees. On the other hand, gender was also found to moderate the relationship between career advancement opportunities and organizational commitment for male employees. Theoretical and managerial implications of the findings are discussed.

Keywords: Mentoring, LMX, Organizational Commitment

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp.123-146. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 895.664KB).

Dr. Kah Loong Leow

Senior Lecturer, Project leader, School Of Business, Berjaya University College, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia

Dr. Loong is a Senior Lecturer of international management and human resources management, organizational studies and Marketing at Taylor’s University. Prior to his current position, he held several faculty positions at both public and private universities in Malaysia, the Netacademy and Rima College. He earned his bachelor in management, marketing and economics from Deakin University, Australia. While his master’s and doctorate degrees were in organizational behaviour from Lincoln University, UK and University Science Malaysia, respectively. Dr. Loong is a recipient of several recognitions and awards. These include the Best Paper from an Under-represented Country Award by the Academy of Management Conference, Excellent Service Recognition by the Netacademy, Best Paper Award Finalist by the Academy of Management Conference. Dr. Loong is a member of the Malaysian Institute Of Malaysia, Malaysian Institute of Marketing and advisor for MBA course for University Malaysia Sabah. He currently authored a book — “Managing people effectively”. To his credit, he has over 9 refereed journal articles, and he has delivered about 13 presentations at several professional conferences. His work has appeared in such journals as Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of International Business Studies and Human Relations.

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