Issue 2021, v8, S2, 5


The Journal of Corporate Governance,  Insurance, and Risk Management (JCGIRM).2021, Volume 8, Series 2

Impact of Organisational Commitment on Employee Productivity During Covıd-19: Evidence from Afghanistan And India

Editor: Ercan Ozen

Mohammad Qais Rezvania, Nirmala Chaudharyb, Ragif Huseynovc,  Maohua LidAnjali Sharmae,  Raiba Jafarovaf, Chimnaz Huseynovag

a University School of Management, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India rezvaniqais@gmail.com Contact no. +91-8570058083

b Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India profnirmala66@gmail.com

c Faculty of Economics and Management, Azerbaijan Technological University, Ganja, Azerbaijan ragif1984@gmail.com

d Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility, Xi’an Siyuan University, Xi’an, China maohua.li@qq.com

e University School of Management,Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India anjali.usm@kuk.ac.in  

f Faculty of Agricultural Economics, Azerbaijan State Agriculture University, Ganja, Azerbaijan raibacafarova@mail.ru

gFaculty of Economics and Management, Azerbaijan Technological University, Ganja, Azerbaijan cimnazhuseynova2020@gmail.com

A B S T R A C T   A R T I C L E   I N F O
The paper examines the impact of COVID-19 on competitiveness and how organizational commitment and productivity have changed as a result of changes in processes, practices, or regulations.  This paper analyses how employees fared during COVID in two countries, namely Afghanistan and India and the impact on organizational commitment and productivity.  The research paper is based on secondary data and conceptual analysis of COVID-19 conditions or how this covetous environment affects their competitors, work environment, or fight for their rights.  Moreover, the authors delved into how human capital management lead to organizational efficiency.  Factors like (1) workplace safety, (2) targeted recruitment, (3) self-managed decision-making teams and decentralization, and (4) pay policy were all investigated.  Employee engagement is widely assumed to influence organizational commitment, employee productivity, employee dedication, and, most importantly, it will generate comparative advantages for organizations.  The primary goal of this research was to discover how people work efficiently and effectively with commitment and dedication during COVID-19.   Keywords: Employee productivity, organizational commitment, Covid-19, Afghanistan, India.

*Corresponding author: Mohammad Qais Rezvani                       rezvaniqais@gmail.com

Article history:

Received: 15.10.2021

Revised: 21.11.2021

Accepted: 02.12.2021

DOI: https://doi.org/10.51410/jcgirm.8.2.5  

Cite Article (APA):  Qais Rezvani, M., Chaudhary, N., Huseynov, Li, M., R., Sharma, A., Jafarova, R. and Huseynova, C. 2021. Impact of Organisational Commitment on Employee Productivity During Covıd-19: Evidence from Afghanistan And India. The Journal of Corporate Governance, Insurance, and Risk Management (JCGIRM).2021, Volume 8, Series 2, Pages 59-74

 

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