International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online)

Impact of Organizational Culture on Employee’s Career Salience: An Empirical Study of Banking Sector in Islamabad, Pakistan
Shahid Rasool, Asif Ayub Kiyani, Mohammad Junaid Aslam,  Muhammad Umair Akram, Dr. Ansir Ali Rajput

This study was conducted to inspect the relationship between organizational culture and employee’s career salience and how organizational culture affects the employee’s career salience. Organizational culture and career salience both were relevant to each other which enhanced the organization performance. Questionnaires were distributed among 180 banking employees from 3 banks which are (HBL, ABL, and BAL). Organizational culture and career salience were measured on the behalf of these banks. The analysis shows that bureaucratic, innovative, and supportive cultures influenced the career salience. Hence organizational culture and career salience had direct and significant relationship with each other. The research was narrowed down for controlling the actual essence of this research. Regarding these limitations the study was conducted for the employees of banking sector. Owing to the time span three banks were selected. On the practical level the organizational culture and career salience enhanced the employees and organizational efficiency and effectiveness as well as it achieved the organizational and employees goals. The uniqueness of this study considered that organizational culture effects on employee’s career salience.

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