A study on impact of job involvement towards organizational commitment and job satisfaction
K Shenbaham, A Manonmani
Job involvement is defined as the degree to which a person identifies psychologically with his or her work and the importance of the work in the person’s total self-image. Employee work attitudes and found that while advice giving and advice receiving were positively related to job involvement, only advice receiving was posi¬tively related to work-unit commitment. Job involvement is strongly affected and can be perceived as a reflection of work experiences. Individuals may become involved in their jobs in response to specific attributes of the work situation. Job involvement as an attitude is an important variable that helps in maximizing organizational effectiveness. The higher the degree of job involvement of the members in the organization, greater the effectiveness. In order to improve the degree of job involvement, one must have a realistic view of what determines it. Among the various views on job involvement, the most realistic one would be that it is a function of personality and organizational climate. Job involvement may directly affect inter role conflict.