Employee commitment to the organization: a comparative quantitative exploration of employees based on role and primary work location at multi-campus community colleges
This comparative quantitative study explored differences in and predictors of adjunct instructors, administrators, and faculty's affective, continuance, and normative commitment to multi-campus community colleges. Extraneous independent factors included time worked at the college, highest level of education, and age. Attribute independent factors included employee type, and primary work location. Two main constructs that acted as the dependent factors in the research questions were Meyer and Allen's (1991) Three Component Model of Employees Commitment to the Organization and the employees' ...
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