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Quantitative Analysis of Impacts of Employee Engagement on Continuance and Normative Commitment
Accounting Faculty Research
  • Daniel A. Cernas Ortiz
  • Hong Qin
  • Wai Kwan (Elaine) Lau, Marshall University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2013
Abstract
A positive relationship between employee engagement and affective commitment is already documented in the literature. However, we do not adequately know how engagement is associated with continuance and normative commitment. Using survey methodology we find that while engagement has a non–significant positive association with continuance commitment; it has a positive association with normative commitment. No negative association was found between engagement and continuance commitment. These results advance prior findings about the effect of employee engagement on different types of commitment and provide understandings in setting effective performance standards in the organization.
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This is the authors’ accepted manuscript, which is printed with permission. The version of record is available from the publisher at http://inderscience.metapress.com/content/916xu467u0n218u7/. Copyright © 2013 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd

Citation Information
Ortiz, D. A. C., Lau, Elaine W. K., & Qin, H. (2013). Quantitative analysis of impacts of employee engagement on continuance and normative commitment. International Journal of Services and Standards, 8(4), 315-331.