An Empirical Assessment of Organizational Commitment Measures
05 Aug, 2006
25 Apr, 2007
30 Jun, 2007
This study examined the structural properties of two organizational commitment measures. the Organizational Commitment Questionnaire (OCQ; Mowday, Porter, & Steers, 1982) and Organizational Commitment Scales (OCSMeyer & Allen, 1991) that included Affective Commitment Scale (ACS). Nonnative Commitment Scale (NCS), and Continuance Commitment Scale (CCS). The results provided evidence for the reliability and uni-dimensionality of OCQ. Results of Exploratory as well as Confirmatory Factor Analysis (comparing four competing models) revealed that the OCQ converged with ACS. diverged from CCS, which was relatively independent of the ACS and NCS, but had a positive relationship with NCS.
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