Organizational Commitment on Organizational Effectiveness among TNSTC Employees in Cuddalore District


  • N. Balamurugan, T. Velmurugan


These days, the transportation industry is crucial to India's economy. Commerce, manufacturing, and other economic activities have all benefited greatly from the transportation sector's rapid development. The population of emerging countries, and the unemployment rate inside them, are both growing at an alarming rate without showing any signs of slowing down. Lack of education, literacy, technological advancement, and inventiveness are all attributable to flawed institutions. Personnel management in public sector transport firms with a large number of workers covering practically the whole population of the state is important to increase the high quality of public sector in the field of transports. It raises concerns about finding and hiring qualified candidates, providing them with enough training and advancement opportunities, fostering healthy relationships among those in positions of authority, and fostering positive working environments. Discontent among workers increases as a result of such actions. Therefore, these issues necessitate the use of efficient methods of human management. An enthusiastic and dedicated team may boost an organization's output. The Transport Corporation's ability to function rests heavily on the effectiveness of its methods for managing its employees. TNSTC employees in the present research area, the district of Cuddalore, are being surveyed to see how their organisational citizenship behaviour and organisational commitment affect TNSTC's overall effectiveness.

This study aims to find out the relationship and Impact of OC and OE on OE among TNSTC Employees in Cuddalore District. For that purpose, the independent variables are OC and its sub variables are Affective Commitment, Continuance Commitment, Normative Commitment and Dependent variables are OE and its sub variables Talent development, Culture in the workplace, Performance development. This study is descriptive in nature and the data will be collected by using questionnaire by 380 TNSTC Employees in Cuddalore District. For Correlation and Regression analysis will be Employees to conduct the analysis in this study. From the findings of this research we concluded there is a positive relationship and significant influence towards the OC on OE among the TNSTC Employees in Cuddalore District.