11th International Strategic Management Conference, Vienna, Austria, 23 - 25 July 2015, vol.207, pp.315-324
The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of human resources management practices on organizational commitment, singly and systematically. The data was gathered from 304 participants in Eskisehir, who work in the banking industry. For that purpose, a survey study was conducted in different banks in Eskisehir. To analyze the relationship between the variables included in the study, correlations and multiple-regression statistics were used. The findings from the study support the variables (choice, training, performance evaluation, promotion, performance-based rewards, information sharing, job security and human resources management system) and these variables are also supported by findings of previous studies. As findings from this study depict, human resources management practices have an effect on organizational commitment both singly and systematically. The findings obtained open new horizons in discussions that defend the unification of human resources management practices in the banking industry in Eskisehir. (C) 2015 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.