Dimensions of Employee Involvement. Reasons for Employee Commitment.




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Marten van der Zee
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Dimensions of Employee Involvement. Reasons for Employee Commitment.

According to the expectancy theory individuals have different sets of goals and can be motivated via these expectations. But according to Stephen P. Robbins and Timothy A. Judge, in their book 'Organizational Behavior' employee involvement is the situation in which the employee identifies himself with the organization and it's goals and wants to stay a member of the organization.
Employee involvement seems more or less a synonym of organizational commitment. Robbins and Judge give 3 dimensions of involvement of employees, which are almost identical to the three mind sets described by Meyer and Allen in the summary of organizational commitment:
1. Affective binding: an emotional attachment to the business and the employee believes in the values of it. An example could be the feeling of a volunteer working for Greenpeace.
2. Extrinsic (calculative) binding: the observed greater economic value to stay at a company than when an employee would leave. A person can feel connected because the employer pays well and a decrease of income would occur if he leaves the company.
3. Normative binding: an obligation to stay at a company for moral or ethic reasons. An employee that is a project leader of some important initiative could feel reluctant to leave his company, because he doesn't want to let his company down and doing so would make him feel like a deserter.
Do we all agree with these 3 bases for employee involvement? Or are we perhaps still missing one or two?
 

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Deinnaboye Omieibi
Project Manager, Nigeria
 

Dimensions of Employee Involvement

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Alex Halale
Manager, Zambia
 

Dimension 2 of Employee Involvement is Most Important

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Afari, Iran
 

A 4th Reason for Employee Involvement

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koech, Kenya
 

What is Behind Affective Binding

The emotional connection driven by values make employees remain committed and ensure the employer ac... Sign up

 
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Alan Kennedy, Canada
 

The Missing Element in Employee Involvement - Strategy?

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Dr. Francis G. Adjei
Lecturer, Ghana
 

Causes of Employee Involvement

The joy of work is behind the 1. affective or emotional binding. The desire to achieve a level or p... Sign up

 
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Albert Anthony D. Gavino
Analyst, Philippines
 

Affective Binding ⇒ Employee Involvement

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