References in periodicals archive ?
In the last three decades, the approaches to organizational commitment have gone under some changes, the most significant of which has been its being uni-dimension or multi-dimension.
The research reveals that during a lifetime, the average person spends [pounds]914 a month on financial commitments and 37 minutes thinking about them everyday.
Standard Life's John Lawson said: "Your Commitments, Your Future breaks our commitments down into life stages, giving a clear picture of how our commitments change throughout our life.
Reduced commitment and high turnover intentions are some of such consequences which might threaten organizational stability (Robinson and Rousseau, 1994).
and the countries of the developing world have made it equally clear that they are not interested in joining the Protocol in a second commitment period.
Growth options--Prospects or possibilities for new markets, new products, new customers and new ventures that would not be open or available without the initial commitment of resources.
Those values--collaboration; commitment to maintain self, team, firm and customer balance; commitment to quality and responsive customer service; commitment to the greater good; continuous and never-ending improvement; creativity; fun; innovation; integrity; mutual respect, honesty and trust; profitability and risk taking--represent the organization's behavioral and interactive norms.
There are commitments in the OFA regarding growth in parks and protected areas.
Q: If I were going to talk with my teenage kids about the cultural acceptance of sex without commitment, I'd tell them:
A commitment is something made by two people, not by a minister or license," Carmichael says.
The best time to ask your lender for any changes is when the commitment letter is issued.
Hirschi's concept of "social bond" is comprised of the following four elements: (1) attachment, (2) commitment, (3) involvement, and (4) beliefs.