Affecting Factors of Public Employees’ Ganizational Commitment

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Title: Affecting Factors of Public Employees’ Ganizational Commitment
Authors: Rakowska, Anna | Valdés Conca, Jorge | Juana Espinosa, Susana Amalia de
Research Group/s: Dirección Estratégica, Conocimiento e Innovación en una Economía Global (DECI-GLOBAL) | Sistemas de Información y Recursos Humanos en las Organizaciones (SIRHO)
Center, Department or Service: Universidad de Alicante. Departamento de Organización de Empresas
Keywords: Public employees | Organizational commitment | Job engagement | Job satisfaction | Cultural dimensions | Paper type
Knowledge Area: Organización de Empresas
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej
Citation: International Journal of Synergy and Research. 2014, 3: 5-26. doi:10.17951/ijsr.2014.3.0.5
Abstract: Purpose – The aim of this chapter is to shed some light on the antecedents of organizational commitment, the mediating role of job engagement and job satisfaction as determinants of organizational commitment within the public sector environment, and the effects that national cultural values may have on these relationships. Approach – This paper presents a review of the works that, from both theoretical and empirical points of view, explore the affecting factors of public employees’ organizational commitment in an international setting. Findings – A comprehensive model has been developed, detailing the expectations on the influence that these factors might have on public employees’ level of commitment, either as mediators or moderators. Research limitations/implications – The main limitation is the paper’s theoretical nature; the subsequent implication is a future empirical research that may prove or disprove these theoretical findings. In addition, there are some other possible mediating factors and antecedents which may be of interest for future researchers. Originality/value – This comprehensive review of the extant literature may provide academics and public managers with a deeper comprehension of how organizational commitment might be achieved, and why some practices may or may not be transferrable from one country to another.
ISSN: 2083-0025 (Print) | 2449-8475 (Online)
DOI: 10.17951/ijsr.2014.3.0.5
Language: eng
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Peer Review: si
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