Organizational Commitment: A Case Study of Egyptian Teachers Post Revolution

Mohamed Mousa, Ruth Alas


Owing to its effect on teacher performance, absenteeism, retention, and turnover, organizational commitment has received great attention over the past three decades. The concept offers an explanation for employees’ anxiety, inefficiency, and carelessness during work. This study has focused on Sadat educational primary public school directory, in Menoufia, Egypt to determine the main factors affecting the level of teachers’ affective, continuance, and normative commitment by conducting semi-structured interviews and a set questionnaire. It was found that teachers’ normative commitment is higher than both their affective and continuance commitment. Furthermore, the analysis of the interviews showed that workplace spirituality dimensions, cultural diversity aspects, uncertainty issues, and organizational culture traits are the main determinants of teachers’ organizational commitment.

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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