IJSRP, Volume 4, Issue 9, September 2014 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Junge B. Guillena, MS and Francis Thaise A. Cimene, PhD
This study investigated the causal analysis relating the human resource management (HR) practices, perceived organizational politics (POP), and perceived satisfaction level (PSL) with the mediating role of organizational identification (OI) to organizational commitment (OC) among the employees of Adventist Medical Center and Adventist Medical Center College, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte. The study used a descriptive-correlation and causal non-experimental design and the selection of sample were done through simple random sampling. Results revealed that only HR practices has direct and indirect effects to OC. It is concluded that if HR practices within organization are more favorable to the employees, they will more likely possess higher satisfaction in their works. They also tend to have strong identification with the organization, which leads them to better commitment.