Commitment as an Indicator of Turnover in First Line Manufacturing Supervision

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Organizational commitment is most commonly defined as a measure of an employee's commitment to the company or larger organization. In a longitudinal study, the Organizational Commitment Questionnaire was administered to 123 first line manufacturing supervisors in a defense contracting firm. After a one year check, subjects were grouped into categories of voluntary and involuntary turnover. The results suggest that significant relationships exist among the variables of departmental commitment, turnover and tenure. However, the study failed to show any relationship between organizational commitment and turnover.

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Tuggle, Tamara K. (Tamara Kay) August 1994.

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Organizational commitment is most commonly defined as a measure of an employee's commitment to the company or larger organization. In a longitudinal study, the Organizational Commitment Questionnaire was administered to 123 first line manufacturing supervisors in a defense contracting firm. After a one year check, subjects were grouped into categories of voluntary and involuntary turnover. The results suggest that significant relationships exist among the variables of departmental commitment, turnover and tenure. However, the study failed to show any relationship between organizational commitment and turnover.

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Tuggle, Tamara K. (Tamara Kay). Commitment as an Indicator of Turnover in First Line Manufacturing Supervision, thesis, August 1994; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279065/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .