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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 4014-4022

The mediating effect of organizational culture on the relationship between transformational leadership style and job satisfaction in Indian banking sector

Dr. kavita Singh, Lalita Yadav.


The purpose of this research is to improve the understanding of the relationship between transformational leadership style and job satisfaction, considering the age as the positive regulator and perceived organizational culture as mediators among the private banking sector employees in Delhi, NCR. The data were collected through a structred questionnaire which was circulated via email and HR method to bank employees of 150 selected private banks. A total of 650 questionnaires were returned out of which 521 were fully filled that were utilized to conduct regression analysis which suggested a positive relationship between transformational leadership and employee satisfaction. The findings also indicated that the perceived organizational culture and age of employee did play a mediating and moderating role on the relationship between transformational leadership style and job satisfaction of the employee. As suggested by our finding, age did not infer any affect on transformational leadership skills and level of job satisfaction of employees.

Key words: leadership, banking sector, job satisfaction

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