Correlates of organizational commitment: Basis for strategic intervention plan

International Journal of Research Studies in Management
CollabWritive Special Issue
2023 Volume 11 Issue 12

Available Online: 31 December 2023


Caballes, Cinderella S.*
Mindoro State University, Philippines (

Limos-Galay, Jenny A.
Divine Word College of San Jose, Philippines (


The main objective of the study was to determine the extent of organizational commitment in DepEd Occidental Mindoro and its correlate, namely organizational identity and job satisfaction. The study involved 299 school heads and teachers from large schools in the province. A descriptive-correlation design was employed the findings revealed that organizational identity, in terms of professionalism, career progression, organizational culture, and organizational climate were all to a great extent. Regarding job satisfaction, the respondents expressed a great extent of satisfaction with supervision, colleagues, responsibility, and work itself while a moderate extent of satisfaction was observed for indicators such as working conditions, salary/benefits, advancement, security, and recognition. Surprisingly, affective, continuance and normative commitment are all described as moderate extent. Using Kendall`s Tau, positive relationships were identified among organizational identity and organizational commitment, organizational identity, and job satisfaction, and job satisfaction and organizational commitment. This suggests that any charges or increase in the extent of identity and job satisfaction may impact the overall organizational commitment. All indicators were described as either moderate or great extent, therefore, it is recommended to maintain or sustain these levels for a more effective human resource management. Thus, A strategic intervention plan is designed to elevate the extent of these three major elements which are believed to contribute to human resource production management.

Keywords: organizational identity, job satisfaction, organizational commitment, strategic intervention plan, public school teachers, head teachers



Cite this article:
Caballes, C. S., & Limos-Galay, J. A. (2023). Correlates of organizational commitment: Basis for strategic intervention plan. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 11(12), 15-32.

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