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Spirituality: An Antecedent for Emotional intelligence, Employee Satisfaction, Commitment and Performance

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G. C. Mathew ,

Toc H Institute of Science & Technology, Kochi, Kerala, IN
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Department of Management Studies
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A. C. De. Alwis,

University of Kelaniya, LK
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Department of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies
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H. N. Ramanathan

Cochin University of Science and Technology Ernakulam, Kerala, IN
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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to ascertain the independent variable, spirituality's, effect on emotional intelligence, job satisfaction, and employee commitment and performance. Teachers' data were gathered, and a questionnaire was issued to 500 responders, of whom 389 (77.8%) were found to be operational. By merging scales from prior empirical studies, a standard instrument was constructed. The results of the CFA were utilized to validate the structural model framework and study hypotheses. The concepts of spirituality, emotional intelligence, and professional fulfilment are all inextricably linked. Satisfaction with one's employment has a direct and beneficial effect on performance. Additional research has established a connection between dedication and performance. This exemplifies the inextricable connection between employee commitment and performance. Spirituality, the researchers discovered, is not just advantageous to the community or society as a whole; it may also act as a catalyst for organizational success.
How to Cite: Mathew, G.C., Alwis, A.C.D. and Ramanathan, H.N., 2022. Spirituality: An Antecedent for Emotional intelligence, Employee Satisfaction, Commitment and Performance. Wayamba Journal of Management, 13(1), pp.209–231. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/wjm.v13i1.7559
Published on 22 Jun 2022.
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