Journal of Research and Opinion

an Open Access Publication ISSN: 2589-9058 | 2589-904X

How to Cite
Udin, U. (2019). National Culture, Affective Commitment, and Employee Performance: An Integrated Review and Call for Future Research Agenda . Journal of Research and Opinion, 6(10), 2502-2509. https://doi.org/10.15520/jro.v6i10.226

Abstract

This study is aimed to explore the relationship between national culture (i.e., power distance, masculinity,collectivism, uncertainty avoidance, and long-term orientation), affective commitment, and employee performance. Specifically, this paper proposes that national culture affects many aspects of the organization, such as improving organizational innovation capabilities, organizational commitment, and employee performance.A high level of employees’ affective commitment towards the organization, it is possible that they have a sense of belonging and enthusiasm to do their jobs and achieve the goals. Furthermore, the theoretical implications and future research agenda are discussed.

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