The study was designed to assess the relationship between employees’ motivational factors and organizational commitment in Ministry Agriculture and Agricultural Development Programme, Osun State, Nigeria. Structured and validated questionnaire with Cronbach Alpha Coefficient of 0.82 level of consistency was used to collect data from 125 respondents. The data was subjected to descriptive and inferential statistics. Results revealed that mean age of the respondents was 43.75 while 83.9% of the respondents were married and 61.6% had BSc. / HND certificates. Majority (92.9%) had spent between 1-30years in the service. Motivational factors received in the organization were encouragement from superior ( =3.50), encouragement from subordinates (=3.38), and staff recognition (=3.17). Effects of motivation were improved decisions making processes (=4.16), improved corporate image (=3.88) and building of positive conflict management skills (=3.84). Employees commitment tendency to the organization was categorized into Continuance ( =3.4) Normative=3.42) and Affective Commitment (=3.27). 72.3% of the respondents were at moderate level of commitment. Tested hypotheses revealed that income (r =0.010, p<o.o5) and years of experience (r=0.034, p<0.05) were significantly related to motivational factors’ accessibility. There was significant relationship between quality of motivational factors and organizational commitment (r= 0.005, p<0.05) while significant difference (t=0.022, p<0.05) in the quality of motivational factors in the Ministry and ADP was revealed. Organization was recommended to improve on training development and quality of motivational factors for the employees in order to enhance their levels of commitment to the organization.
Key Words: Links, Employees’ Motivation and Organizational commitment