The need to focus on the capabilities and commitments of the workforce of organisations is due to the fact that they are directly linked to their success. The main purpose of the study was to determine the relationship between sound Human Resource Management (HRM) practices and Organisational Commitment (OC) and other related variables in the banking industry of Ghana. The study sampled of 350 respondents, comprising 40 senior management members, 60 managers, 70 supervisors, 150 officers, 25 trainees and 5 other staff. A convenience and purposive sampling method was adopted. Questionnaires were used to collect data. Frequency and percentage were used to present the findings of the study.
Barnett Quaicoo is a BED (Hons), MPhil and MBA holder with 16 years of working experience. Set up International Development Associates (IDA), a management consultancy firm in 2006 and currently the Head of Ghana Cocoa Marketing Company (UK) Ltd. Was an adjunct lecturer. He has written extensively. He is a Christian with a wife and four children.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
human resource management, ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTMENT
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management