Organisational Commitment (types, job-related outcomes, are commited employees more valuable?)

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July 23, 2016

 

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(2006:57) state that “organisational commitment refers to the degree to which a person strongly identifies with, and feels part of, the organization”. When it comes to closer analysing the concept of commitment, researchers have come up with various explanations and models. Hereafter, we will stick to Meyer and Allen (1990, cited in Ofenloch/Madukanya, 2007), who have come up with a three-component model, explained in the following...
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When it comes to closer analysing the concept of commitment, researchers have come up with various explanations and models. Hereafter, we will stick to Meyer and Allen (1990, cited in Ofenloch/Madukanya, 2007), who have come up with a three-component model, explained in the following. According to Meyer and Allen, commitment is a mental state that consists of at least three components which account for an employee’s commitment to the organization, namely affective commitment, continuance commitment and normative commitment...
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