Satisfaction with HR practices and commitment to the organisation: why one size does not fit all
Kinnie, N., Hutchinson, S., Purcell, J., Rayton, B. and Swart, J., 2005. Satisfaction with HR practices and commitment to the organisation: why one size does not fit all. Human Resource Management Journal, 15 (4), pp. 9-29.
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This article examines the links between employees' satisfaction with HR practices and their commitment to the organisation. It draws on recently collected data to examine these links for three groups of employees: professionals, line managers and workers. Satisfaction with some HR practices appears to be linked to the commitment of all employees, while the link for others varies between the three employee groups. These findings pose a challenge to the universalistic model of HRM and have implications for those seeking to design practices that will improve organisational commitment.
|Creators||Kinnie, N., Hutchinson, S., Purcell, J., Rayton, B. and Swart, J.|
|Departments||School of Management|
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