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There is much research and anecdotal evidence suggesting that organisational commitment leads to, or is associated with variables of great importance for organisational success and efficiency – or lack thereof – such as absenteeism, labour turnover and productivity.
It is therefore of crucial importance for managers of organisations to know what variables lead to or are antecedents of organisational commitment.
Such knowledge would enable these managers to create conditions that are conducive to the development of such antecedents of organisational commitment in their organisations.
This study investigated the role of job satisfaction and job involvement as such as antecedents of organisational commitment.
Raymond obtained an M.
Com (Industrial Psychology) from the University of Fort Hare (South Africa) in 2012.
Since then he has work on various research projects and presented research papers at various international conferences.
Raymond has a high flair for research and human resources management.
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