To investigate the Association between Normative Commitment (Sense of Obligation to Stay) and Employee’s Performance in “FENDA COMMUNICATION AND IT -KSA”

Rafia Gulzar

Abstract


Normative commitment happens when employee feel a sense of obligation towards his organization, even if employee is not happy with tasks and responsibility assigned, or even if employee desires to chase better chances or opportunity. Normative commitment(NC) is one of the three components of Organizational commitment that has received less attention in research than other two components ( Affective and Continuance).The main purpose of this research paper was to critically understand the normative commitment  and evaluate the existing  relationship between normative commitment and employees performance in “FENDA COMMUNICATION AND IT -KSA”. The Total number of respondents were 68 surveyed and eight statements used to measure the normative commitment, has been developed by Allen and Meyer (1991) and three -statements used for measuring employee performance has been developed by the Williams and Anderson (1991).  The data was analyzed that clearly showed that there is a close relationship between normative commitment and employees’ performance in sample study organization.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v11i3.18994

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