- ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: A MULTI METHOD SCALE ANALYSIS AND TEST OF EFFECTS. Hartmann, Linley C. // International Journal of Organizational Analysis (1993 - 2002);2000, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p89
Why do casual academic stair stay with an organization and why do they leave? Does a three factor model of organizational commitment fit their situation? This paper reports on a study of women academic staff in casual employment at an Australian Tertiary Institution. Major variables included the...
- HR career issues... O'Halloran, Esther // Personnel Today;2/23/2010, p17
The article provides an answer to a question of whether taking a new job within six months will affect the employee's reputation and his loyalty.
- being headhunted. Maxted, John // Personnel Today;2/23/2010, p17
The article presents the author's comments on whether taking a new job within six months will affect the employee's reputation and his loyalty.
- Studies into the nature of commitment need to refocus. Cooke, Fang Lee // People Management;11/7/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 22, p59
Discusses organizational commitment. Reason for difficulty of defining the notion of organizational commitment; Reason researchers have found little connection between measures of organizational commitment and its outcomes; Factor that will improve the relevance of commitment research to...
- To Thine Own Employer Be True. Smith, Deborah // Parks & Recreation;Dec99, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p26
Explains the concept of organizational commitment regarding employees. Antecedents and outcomes associated with the concept; Implications of research on the concept for professionals in the field; Behavioral interpretation of commitment.
- Keep it simple, make 'em loyal. // Managing People at Work;Feb2010, Issue 335, p6
The article highlights the impact of employee loyalty and rules simplicity in improving leadership and business operation.
- Taking pride in your work. Gray, Richard // Brand Strategy;Mar2007, Issue 210, p44
The article discusses a survey conducted in Great Britain, which questioned the respondents about the pride they felt for their employer. The survey found that there is a good base of pride in organizations. Companies have a solid base of attachment from their employees. The positive attitudes...
- Engaged employees go the extra mile. // Industrial Safety & Hygiene News;Feb2012, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p12
The article reports on a study published by the Temkin Group which reveals a strong link between the level of employee engagement and the effort and commitment of employees to their company.
- Bursting the Recession's Bubble. Wellins, Rich // Conference Board Review;May/Jun2008, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p48
The article reports on the issue of employee engagements to work. According to research that compares employee engagement around the globe, 21% of U.S. workers are highly engaged and 63% report moderate engagement. Only Brazil and Mexico post more highly engaged workers, while employee...