Corpus ID: 3502978

Meyer and Allen Model of Organizational Commitment: Measurement Issues

  title={Meyer and Allen Model of Organizational Commitment: Measurement Issues},
  author={S. Jaros},
  • S. Jaros
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Meyer and Allen’s three-component model of organizational commitment has become the dominant model for study of workplace commitment. Given its widespread usage, analyzing the accuracy of the scales developed to tap the construct is warranted. This paper includes a critical analysis of the organizational commitment framework proposed by Meyer and Allen and examines the validity of its constituent subscales for the measurement of Affective Commitment (AC), Normative Commitment (NC), and… CONTINUE READING
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