EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
In this lesson we shall discuss about building employee commitment. After going through
this lesson you will be able to:
(i) Understand importance of employee commitment and sources, developing and using
of application form.
(ii) Analyse IT and recruiting on the Internet.
An effective productivity management process is simply not possible without the commitment and involvement of employees at all levels. Those organisations that recognise the role of human resources in productivity movement and appreciate the power of a committed and involved workforce typically devote substantial resources and management energies toward the development of an environment to which employees can and will contribute to performance improvement to the maximum of their capabilities. These efforts are typically characterised as employee involvement (EI) strategies. Commitment is the binding of the individual to behavioural acts. In prospective view, commitment is conceived as an individuals psychological bond to the organisation or social system as reflected in his involvement with loyalty for and belief in the values of the organisation. Involvement describes a congruence between personal and organisational
goals, i.e., “the degree to which members of a work organisation are able to satisfy important personal needs through their experiences with the organisation”.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EI ENVIRONMENT
i. Employee input to decisions
ii. Employee participation in problem-solving
iii. Information sharing
iv. Constructive feedback
v. Teamwork and collaboration
vi. Meaningful and challenging work
vii. Employment security
An effective productivity management process is simply not possible without themcommitment and involvement of employees at all levels. Those organisations that recognise the role of human resources in productivity movement and appreciate the power of a committed and involved workforce typically devote substantial resources and management energies toward the development of an environment to which employees can and will
contribute to performance improvement to the maximum of their capabilities. These efforts are typically characterised as employee involvement (EI) strategies. Commitment is the binding of the individual to behavioural acts. In prospective view, commitment is conceived as an individuals psychological bond to the organisation or social system as reflected in his involvement with loyalty for and belief in the values of the organisation. Involvement describes a congruence between personal and organisational goals, i.e., “the degree to which members of a work organisation are able to satisfy important personal needs through their experiences with the organisation”.



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