Quality of Life at Work as Predictor of Job Commitment in 1122 Rescue Workers
The present research aimed to investigate whether quality of life at work can predict job commitment among rescue 1122 workers. It was hypothesized that quality of life at work is a predictor of job commitment. Within group research design was employed to conduct this research. Purposive sampling technique was used. A sample of 60 workers was recruited from Punjab Emergency Services (Rescue 1122). Professional Quality of Life (Stamm, 2005) and Organizational Commitment Questionnaire (Meyer & Allen, 1993) was used to assess quality of life at work and job commitment respectively. Data was analyzed by using SPSS version 17. Results show that Quality of life at work (compassion satisfaction) predicts job commitment in rescue workers. Enhanced quality of life at work can ultimately improve job performance where by leading to organizational growth among rescue 1122 workers.
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