Company Value : Job Performance : Citizenship And Task Behavior
Company value is highly correlated, with statistical significance, to citizenship behavior. This supports our hypothesis that states, “If employees feel connected, and apart, of their company’s culture they are more likely to be aligned with organizations mission and values.” Employees who feel connected to their organization often go above and beyond in their job tasks, and exceed goals set by their organization. These employees often exhibit high interpersonal citizenship behavior where employees voluntarily assist their coworkers by supporting and motivating in a way that exceeds the employee’s normal job tasks.
Company value is positively correlated to task performance. This supports our hypothesis, as employees who feel apart of their company’s culture, are typically more productive in the work environment. They also directly contribute to the output that the organization produces. The positive correlation shows that task performance and our hypothesis focusing on company value all work together to create quality output for the organization. This positive correlation shows that the firm is doing well in regards to ensuring the company values are clearly articulated, employees are contributing to quality output and employees are engaged.
Company Value: Job Commitment: Affective, Continuance and Normative Commitment
Our result for affective commitment was .69 for the theme of company value. This…