The Mediation Impact of Job Satisfaction on Supervision, Pay and Organizational Commitment: A Study in Selected Private Hospital Organizations in Colombo District, Sri Lanka
This study is to discuss the mediation impact of job satisfaction on supervision, pay and organizational commitment of non- managerial employees of selected private hospital organizations in Colombo district, Sri Lanka. The data were collected from a convenient sample of 482 non managerial employees in the selected private hospital organizations in the Colombo district using a structured questionnaire which consisted of 60 questions with five point likert scales. The data analysis included the univariate and bivarite analysis. There are two conclusions. First, it emphasizes that there was a partially mediation impact of job satisfaction on supervision, pay and organizational commitment. As per the regression analysis, impact of supervision on organizational commitment without mediating job satisfaction amounts to 49.9%. However, mediating impact of job satisfaction on supervision and organizational commitment is taken as amount of 70.9%. Secondly, when compared to the single relationship between pay and organizational commitment, there were partially mediation effect of job satisfaction on pay and organizational commitment with the 74.6%. However, when considering the single relationship between pay and organizational commitment, pay has significantly explained 50.1% of the variance of organizational commitment. It is concluded that there is a significant mediation impact of job satisfaction on supervision, pay and organizational commitment. In addition, organizations are able to improve the organizational commitment by providing pay and supervision and further it can boost, when job satisfaction mediate the relationship among supervision, pay and organizational commitment.
Keywords: Organizational Commitment, Supervision, Pay, Job Satisfaction