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A Review And Meta-analysis Of The Antecedents, Correlates, And Consequences Of Organizational Commitment

J. Mathieu, Dennis M. Zajac
Published 1990 · Psychology

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In this article, we summarize previous empirical studies that examined antecedents, correlates, and/or consequences of organizational commitment using meta-analysis. In total, 48 meta-analyses were conducted, including 26 variables classified as antecedents, 8 as consequences, and 14 as correlates.
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