Author: Muqaddas Shabbir
Supervisor: : Iram Fatima, Ph.D
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
Aim of the current study was to explore the relationship between
emotional climate and job involvement in employees of textile industry.
It was also hypothesized that married employees would have better
emotional climate than unmarried employees. It was further hypothesized
that married employees would be more involved in their jobs than
unmarried employees. The sample with age range from 22 to 60 years
was selected. Emotional climate and job involvement were assessed by
Emotional Climate Scale (Ozcelik, 2008) and Job Involvement Scale
(Paullay, 1994) respectively. A strong positive relationship was found
between emotional climate and job involvement. Furthermore, it was
found that married employees were more involved in their jobs than
unmarried employees. Moreover, married employees perceived better
emotional climate than unmarried employees
Keywords: Emotional Climate, Job Involvement, Textile Industry.
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