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commitment

1. the referral of a bill to a committee or legislature
2. Law a written order of a court directing that a person be imprisoned

commitment

[kə′mit·mənt]
(cell and molecular biology)
The establishment of a unique developmental sequence in a cell that differs from the prior state.
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The researcher proposed future investigators to explore other aspects of internal marketing and organizational commitment, which might help to analyze other manufacturing companies.
Keywords - Internal marketing, organizational commitment, affective commitment, normative commitment, continuance commitment.
The results of this study show statistically positive relationship between organizational environment and all the three dimensions of organizational commitment, and that the majority of faculty members are experiencing greater organizational commitment (affective, continuance, and normative) in the presence of a healthy and positive organizational environment.
Keywords: organizational environment, organizational commitment, normative commitment, Continuance commitment and affective commitment.
When it comes to brand commitment, factors such as habit and convenience, benefits offered, and good treatment are a lot more important," he says.
In the same vein, high organizational commitment of employees is an important factor in the provision of organization's sustainability.
One of the important outcomes of job satisfaction, organizational commitment as is.
Organizational commitment is a topic that, while primarily studied in companies, could be conceptualized in several different contexts.
Thus, understanding how perceived organizational justice and its components influence organizational behavior and organizational commitment is important.
According to the Standard Life study there are three core commitment life stages with transition phases in between:
Psychologist Professor Janet Reibstein, who helped develop the report into the nature of commitment, said: "We spend over two hours a day thinking about emotional commitments, but just 37 minutes on our financial commitments.
Like many constructs in organizational behavior, however, commitment has been conceptualized and measured in several ways.