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  • 1. JOB INVOLVEMENT
    Employees immersing themselves in their job
    Investing time and energy
    Viewing work as a central part of their overall lives
    JOB-INVOLVED EMPLOYEES:
    Believe in work ethics
    Exhibit high growth needs
    Enjoy participation in decision making
  • 2. JOB INVOLVEMENT
    • What is “SUCCESS”?
    • 3. How can you become “SUCCESSFUL”?
  • JOB INVOLVEMENT
    SUCCESS
    JOB INVOLVEMENT
    DEDICATION
    SINCERITY
    MONEY COMES LAST
    WORKING SMART BUT NOT HARD
  • 4. JOB INVOLVEMENT
    LESS TARDY/ABSENT
    JOB-INVOLVED EMPLOYEE
    WILLING TO WORK LONG HOURS
    BECOME HIGH PERFORMERS
    MORE PRODUCTIVE
  • 5. ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
    Definition:
    (Employee Loyalty) the degree to which an employee identifies with the organization and wants to continue actively participating in it.
    Measure of employee’s willingness to remain with a firm in the future.
    Degree to which an employee experiences a “sense of oneness” in the organization.
  • 6. ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
    MODEL OF COMMITMENT
    • Affective Commitment
    - employee's positive emotional attachment to the organization. This employee commits to the organization because he/she "wants to".
    • Continuance Commitment
    - he/she perceives high costs of losing organizational membership, including economic costs, and social costs that would be incurred.
    • Normative Commitment
    - commits to and remains with an organization because of feelings of obligation. The employee stays with the organization because he/she "ought to".
  • 7. ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
    Guidelines to Enhance Organizational Commitment
    • COMMIT TO PEOPLE-FIRST VALUES
    • 8. CLARIFY AND COMMUNICATE YOUR MISSION
    • 9. GUARANTEE ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE
    • 10. COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE
    • 11. SUPPORT EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT
  • ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
    GOOD ATTENDANCE RECORDS
    ORGANIZATIONALLY COMMITED EMPLOYEE
    WILLING ADHERENCE TO COMPANY POLICIES
    LOWER TURNOVER RATES
    BETTER PERFORMERS