Job Involvement as Predictor of Employee Commitment: Evidence from Pakistan

Tariq Iqbal Khan, Farooq Ahmed Jam, Aisha Akbar, Muhammad Bashir Khan, Syed Tahir Hijazi

Abstract


Job involvement has been one of the most effective tools used for increasing employee productivity by
enhancing employee participation and commitment. This study highlights the effect of job involvement on three
types of commitments i.e. affective commitment, Continuance commitment and normative commitment. Data
was collected from 211 employees of 11 different organizations and analysis revealed that job involvement has
positive impact on three types of commitments.

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