The impact of individual and shared employee perceptions of HRM on affective commitment: Considering climate strength

@inproceedings{Sanders2008TheIO,
  title={The impact of individual and shared employee perceptions of HRM on affective commitment: Considering climate strength},
  author={Karin Sanders and Luc Dorenbosch and Renee de Reuver},
  year={2008}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to answer the question of whether individual perceptions of an HRM system – distinctiveness, consistency and consensus – and shared perceptions of HRM (climate strength) are positively related to affective commitment in the organization. In addition, the paper examines if climate strength has a mediating effect in the relationship between the individual perceptions of an HRM system and affective commitment.Design/methodology/approach – A survey study with… CONTINUE READING

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