A person-centered approach to the study of commitment ☆

@inproceedings{Meyer2015APA,
  title={A person-centered approach to the study of commitment ☆},
  author={John P. Meyer and Laura J. Stanley and Robert J. Vandenberg},
  year={2015}
}
Theories ofworkplace commitment have become increasingly complexwith propositions regarding its multiple-component structure (e.g., affective, normative, continuance) and multiple foci (e.g., organization, supervisor, team). To date, most research has taken a variable-centered approach (e.g., regression, SEM) to address the additive and interactive effects of commitment components and foci on behavior and well-being. This assumes that research samples are homogeneous and that the same… CONTINUE READING
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