Affective commitment to the organization: the contribution of perceived organizational support.

@article{Rhoades2001AffectiveCT,
  title={Affective commitment to the organization: the contribution of perceived organizational support.},
  author={Linda Rhoades and Robert Eisenberger and Stephen Armeli},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={86 5},
  pages={
          825-36
        }
}
Three studies examined the interrelationships among work experiences, perceived organizational support (POS), affective commitment (AC), and employee turnover. Using a diverse sample of 367 employees drawn from a variety of organizations, Study 1 found that POS mediated positive associations of organizational rewards, procedural justice, and supervisor support with AC. Study 2 examined changes of POS and AC in retail employees over a 2-year span (N = 333) and a 3-year span (N = 226). POS was… CONTINUE READING
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