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The relationship between trust, learning capability, affective organisational commitment and turnover intentions
by Andrew Tirelli; Swee C. Goh
International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management (IJHRDM), Vol. 15, No. 1, 2015

 

Abstract: A lack of research surrounding the contextual factors that facilitate the development of learning capabilities in organisations suggests that there is a need for researchers to address this issue. Despite a plethora of information on the trust, learning, commitment and turnover constructs, researchers have yet to explore empirically the relationship between these variables. While the literature regarding organisational learning has grown substantially over the last decade, studies continue to investigate a common set of established factors that support the development of this practise. This study will explore the relationships between trust, learning capability, affective commitment, and turnover intentions. Results from the study provide the basis for the development of an integrative framework that illustrates how trust can influence organisational learning capability and in turn, the effects that developing learning capability can have on other organisational outcomes.

Online publication date: Wed, 17-Jun-2015

 

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