ADM 2336 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 - Organizational Commitment

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It"s not enough to have talented employees who perform their jobs well. Organizations must be able to retain employees for a period of time. Be able to retain the well performing employees because they bene t the organization. When opportunities are plentiful, there is a higher risk that employees might leave the organization. Maybe there is a job that has opened up that the employee has always wanted to work at. Talented employees in many elds are becoming scarce. Organizational commitment: an employee"s desire to remain a member of an organization. Organizational commitment in uences whether an employee stays a member of an organization (retained) or leaves to purse another job (turns over) Turnover can be both voluntary and involuntary. Occurs when employees themselves decide to quit. Occurs when employees are red by the organization for some reason. Withdrawal behaviour: employee actions that are intended to avoid work situations are employees who are not committed to their organizations.

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