An EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE ON EMPLOYEES DEVELOPMENT IN SELECTED BANKS IN LAGOS STATE

Authors

  • AFOLAYAN M A department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Science, Anchor University, Lagos, nigeria.
  • ALLI T S department of Business Administration, School of Management Business Studies, Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, nigeria.
  • LAWAL T O department of Business Administration, School of Management Business Studies, Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, nigeria.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22159/ijbm.2021.v9i1.42837

Keywords:

Organizational climate, Employee development, Bank, Firm

Abstract

Organizational managers mostly focus on how employees can contribute to their firm’s growth. However, the importance of a corporations’ environment on staff disposition and effectiveness cannot be overemphasized. In this paper, an attempt has been made to empirically investigate how good workplace climate can positively influence employee development. Several reviews confirmed that sound working environment either directly or indirectly influences worker’s accomplishments. Organizational theory was generally considered to explain their linkage; however, it is vital to note some mediating forces such as notions of Human resource induced staff strength and workers’ involvement and satisfaction that affect existing relationship among these variables. A questionnaire survey was used to gather information from selected managers of a number of money deposit banks in Lagos State. By carrying out structural equation modeling, it was observed that effective workplace climate will positively influence the output and productivity of most managers. Hence, the recommendation of encouraging enabling organizational climate to develop both individual and company’s productiveness.

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Published

10-09-2021

How to Cite

M A, A., S, A. T., & T O, L. (2021). An EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE ON EMPLOYEES DEVELOPMENT IN SELECTED BANKS IN LAGOS STATE. Innovare Journal of Business Management, 9(1), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.22159/ijbm.2021.v9i1.42837

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