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The primary focus of this study was to understand the workplace stress byexploring the effects of organisational culture and stress on employeecommitment. The attempt was to bridge the gap among organisational culture,workplace stress and employee commitment. Although the concepts oforganizational culture and stress have been well researched upon in the past, afew studies provide detailed insights intothe interplay among the concepts of organisational culture, workplace stress and commitment. This investigationtherefore understood this interplay within pharmaceutical industrieslocated in two districts: Solan and Sirmour in the state of Himachal Pradesh.The questionnaire was used to gather data from the staff through survey byusing a questionnaire. The analysis of statistical results interestingly revealsthat the pharmaceutical industry exhibits a hierarchical culture that issupportive. The staffs have too much work to do with less time for theaccomplishment. The assessment of employee commitment further revealed that theemployees were pleased with the reward system of the industry. The relationshipamong organisational culture, stress and commitment was significant. The studysuggests that there is a need to change the work load policy, reduce the stresslevels of the employees and improve the organisational commitment of theemployees.

KEYWORDS

Employee Commitment, Workplace Stress, Organisational Culture, Competing Values Framework and Hierarchical Structure

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Monga, O. , Monga, A. , Mahajan, V. and Monga, A. 2015 Organisational Culture, Stress and Commitment: A Study of Managers of Pharmaceutical Industry in Himachal Pradesh. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-11. doi: 10.4236-oalib.1101941.





Autor: Om Parkash Monga1*, Anubhuti Monga2, Varun Mahajan3, Anubhav Monga4

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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