Developing A “Tough To Copy” Competative Advantage (Organizational Commitment) Through Perceived Organizational Justice
AbstractOrganizational commitment has been an increasingly field of study since past research shown it important to the organization as a whole. Despite the increase in attention given to the study of workplace commitments, there still appears to be considerable confusion and disagreement about what commitment is where it is directed and how it develops. This study tries to link the organizational justice as an antecedent of the commitment. By using Pearson Correlation analysis, it is found that certain type of justice may influence specific dimension of commitment. This finding could help an organization to focus on certain justice in order to develop specific dimension of commitment
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Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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Organizational Justice; Organizational Commitment; Antecedent of Commitment;
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