PERCEIVED STRESS, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT: A CAUSAL MODEL ON COMMITMENT OF WORKERS IN TOURISM INDUSTRY DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC


Ana Novelle Y. Sanchez , Kymwell R. Hinlayagan
Post Graduate Student , University of Mindanao, Davao City, Philippines
Abstract
The primary purpose of this study is to recognize what model best fits organizational commitment. The study surveyed 400 respondents who answered a validated adapted questionnaire. The study employed mean, Pearson R, regression and SEM as statistical tools. The study revealed that the highest level of COVID- 19 induced stress is perceived self-efficacy. On the other hand, the study shows the high level of organizational support in terms of individual as a person, and individual’s productive worth. Moreover, organizational commitment is described as high. Meanwhile, the results suggests that the variables are correlated with one another. Furthermore, organizational support is the exogenous variable that best influences organizational commitment. There are five alternative models tested to achieve the best fit model of organizational commitment. The findings suggest that organizational commitment of tourism workers was best anchored organizational support.
Keywords: COVID-19 induced stress, job satisfaction, organizational support, organizational commitment, quantitative, correlation, regression, SEM, Davao City, Philippines
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2023-01-07

Vol : 9
Issue : 1
Month : January
Year : 2023
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