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Organizational Climate & Job Involvement among Virtual Workers in Service Organizations

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 51 Issue 2

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Arvind Kaur Birdie & Madhu Jain | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Globalization and technology has revolutionized the workforce and as a result virtual work emerged as an option for upcoming service organizations. The increased use of virtual work has not been accompanied by concomitant research efforts to understand better the socio-psychological contributors to effective virtual work environment. The present paper tries to explore the relationship between perceived organizational climate and job involvement in virtual workers. The sample consisted of 100 virtual workers working in hospitality in India. A co-relational research design was employed. Data were collected through using questionnaire method. The results revealed that perceived organizational climate is not significantly related to job involvement and virtual work has revolutionized behavior within organizations.

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