Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Impact of Unethical Management Practices by Employers on Employee Commitment during Covid 19 Crises in Saudi Arabia

Author(s): Sanjeevni Gangwani, Mona Mostafa Labib, Anjali Chaudhary

The present research examined the relationship between unethical management practices adopted by firms during Covid 19 crises and its impact on employee commitment. Data was collected by convenience sampling from 200 workers working in private company in KSA. The responses were recorded with the help of a five point likert scale; the responses varied from strongly disagree to strongly agree. Strongly disagree being highest and strongly agree being lowest. Face and construct validity of the instrument was used. Reliability test was done through cronbach alpha. Data Analysis was conducted with SPSS 20.0 through spearman’s correlation coefficient. The results revealed that there exist a strong relationship between the management practices and employee commitment. The study recommended that management must adopt fair practices for their workers as it influenced the employee commitment at work.

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