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Devayani Vyavaharkar
Student (University), India
🔥NEW An organization can be defined as a group of people working together towards a common purpose or set of goals. The People or the 'Human Resources' are therefore the greatest asset for most companies. The people drive the company towards its vision. Thus it's only logical that every organization strives hard to keep their most valuable asset happy and satisfied at work. While some employees indeed choose to stick around, some others will leave the organization in search of better career prospects. Why do people stick with their current organization? What drives employees to 'commit' themselves to the company? THE THREE COMPONENT MODEL OF COMMITMENT. INTRODUCTION Meyer and Allen proposed the Three Component Model of Commitment (1991). According to them, Organizational Commitment is a psychological state (or a mindset) that describes the relationship of the employee with the organization, and reflects the desire or need to remain committed to the firm. This commitment has three comp (...) Read more? Sign up for free 7-2-2021

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