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An evaluation of a three-component model of occupational commitment : dimensionality and consequences among United Kingdom human resource management specialists.

Snape, E. and Redman, T. (2003) 'An evaluation of a three-component model of occupational commitment : dimensionality and consequences among United Kingdom human resource management specialists.', Journal of applied psychology., 88 (1). pp. 152-159.

Abstract

This study evaluated the J. P. Meyer, N. J. Allen, and C. A. Smith (1993) model of occupational commitment using a sample of 678 United Kingdom human resource management specialists. Support was found for the 3-component model, and findings suggest that the consequences of the affective, normative, and continuance components differ. Affective and continuance commitment were negatively related to occupational withdrawal cognitions, whereas normative commitment was negatively related to withdrawal cognitions only when continuance commitment was low. Affective and, to a lesser extent, normative commitment were related to intention to participate in professional activities. Continuance commitment had no significant relationship with intention to participate in professional activities.

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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0021-9010.88.1.152
Record Created:26 Jan 2009
Last Modified:18 Nov 2010 10:18

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