THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT AND JOB PERFORMANCE
Keywords:employee commitment, job performance, organization commitment
AbstractCommitted employess give a big contribution to organizations because they perform and behave on achieving organization's goals. Furthermore, workers who are committed to their organization are happy to be members of it, believe in and feel good about the organization and what it stands for, and inted to do what is good for the organization. Surprisingly,some new findings suggested that stated commitment is largely unrelated to performance. In fact, there is positive and significant relationship between commitment to supervisors and performance. It means commitment to supervisors become a good predictor to performance than commitment to organizations.
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