Organizational factors influencing employees organizational commitment and intention to stay
Chew, J C. (2009). Organizational factors influencing employees organizational commitment and intention to stay. Journal of Management and World Business Research,6(1), 38-54.
This study examined the impacts of organizational factors such as leadership, team relationship, working environment, and policies and communication on organizational commitment (OC) and intention to stay (IS). For this research, 457 employees who worked in nine large Australian organizations in the public and private sectors were surveyed. Regression results revealed that OC was positively associated with leadership, team relationship and working environment. IS was positively linked to leadership and working environment. However, policies and communication failed to be significantly related to OC and IS. Moreover, team relationship did not significantly affect IS. The results suggest that leadership style should focus on employee development.
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