Generating affective commitment

Research suggests that employees are more likely to have high affective commitment when they feel supported by their manager and feel secure in their job, they find their work interesting and challenging and they are encouraged to see themselves as making an important contribution to the organisation.

  • Support from organisation and manager
  • Fair policies and procedures (Selection process, promotions, exit management)
  • Employees given sense of self worth (promotions, appraisals, rewards)
  • Employees values fit with organisation (employee involvement)

Potential results

  • Greater effort
  • Willingness to go the „extra mile“
  • Lower absenteeism
  • Less likely to leave the organisation


  • Start up
  • Growth
  • Crisis
  • Restructuring
  • Change


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10785 Berlin, Germany
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