Coworker support as moderator on the relationship between HRM practices and Organizational Commitment: A proposed framework.

Ashfaq Ahmad

Abstract


Several factors have been proposed to have influence over organizational commitment; among some of those prominent factors are human resource management practices. However, among the prominent studies on the said relationship; the reported findings are inconsistent. Therefore, it is proposed to incorporate a moderating variable to further explain this relationship. The current study proposed coworker support as moderator on the relationship between HRM practices and organizational commitment.


Keywords


Organizational commitment, HRM practices, Coworker support

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