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Multi-focal Analysis of Workplace Spirituality and Employee Commitment: Exploratory Empirical Assessment

Mohamed Fares Brini

International Journal of Human Resource Studies, 2021, vol. 11, issue 1, 179203

Abstract: The purpose of this paper was to examine the contribution of workplace spirituality to employee commitment from a multi-focal perspective at the individual, group and organizational levels. Obtained data from a random sample of 111 Tunisian employees were analysed using PLS-SEM to test the proposed hypothesis of the study. The findings revealed that three-dimensional workplace spirituality (meaningful work, sense of community and organizational values) contributed positively and significantly to multiple commitment levels (individual, group and organization levels). Besides, these spiritual dimensions contributed to more than one level and showed that workplace spirituality framework can provide an expanded contribution to the multiple commitment research. In particular, meaningful work had the largest contribution to all commitment levels and can offer unique approach to manage overall commitment within organizations.

Date: 2021
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