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
What is “SUCCESS”?
How can you become “SUCCESSFUL”?
JOB INVOLVEMENT SUCCESS JOB INVOLVEMENT DEDICATION SINCERITY MONEY COMES LAST WORKING SMART BUT NOT HARD View slide
JOB INVOLVEMENT LESS TARDY/ABSENT JOB-INVOLVED EMPLOYEE WILLING TO WORK LONG HOURS BECOME HIGH PERFORMERS MORE PRODUCTIVE View slide
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.
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT MODEL OF COMMITMENT
- employee's positive emotional attachment to the organization. This employee commits to the organization because he/she "wants to".
- he/she perceives high costs of losing organizational membership, including economic costs, and social costs that would be incurred.
- commits to and remains with an organization because of feelings of obligation. The employee stays with the organization because he/she "ought to".
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT Guidelines to Enhance Organizational Commitment
COMMIT TO PEOPLE-FIRST VALUES
CLARIFY AND COMMUNICATE YOUR MISSION
GUARANTEE ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE
COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE
SUPPORT EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT GOOD ATTENDANCE RECORDS ORGANIZATIONALLY COMMITED EMPLOYEE WILLING ADHERENCE TO COMPANY POLICIES LOWER TURNOVER RATES BETTER PERFORMERS