n South African Journal of Labour Relations - Perceptions of equity and organisational commitment in the Zimbabwean hospitality industry : implications for HR managers or employers
|Article Title||Perceptions of equity and organisational commitment in the Zimbabwean hospitality industry : implications for HR managers or employers|
|© Publisher:||University of South Africa (UNISA)|
|Journal||South African Journal of Labour Relations|
|Affiliations||1 Vaal University of Technology, 2 Vaal University of Technology and 3 Vaal University of Technology|
|Publication Date||Jan 2013|
|Pages||118 - 132|
|Keyword(s)||Affective commitment, Calculative commitment, Employee perception of equity, Hotel industry, Normative commitment and Organisational commitment|
Despite increasing awareness of the importance of organisational commitment in firms, research on the relationship between employee perceptions of equity and the three dimensions of organisational commitment has received little attention, which is why this study was undertaken. Using a data set of 352 participants from the hospitality industry in Zimbabwe, this study examines the influence of employee perceptions of equity on affective, normative and calculative commitment. The results indicate that the relationship between employee perceptions of equity and affective and normative commitment are significantly positive but that they are insignificantly positive on calculative commitment. The research paper discusses the managerial implications of the results and future research directions are suggested.
Article metrics loading...