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How Workplace Fairness Affects Employee Commitment by Fiona Harrigan, Paul McGrath, Lucy McCarthy, Donna Marshall, Jean-Louis Barsoux, Julian Birkinshaw, Cyril Bouquet, David A. Johnston, Anthony Veltri, Mark Pagell, Frank Piller, Wolfgang Gruel, David Orozco, Gary Pisano, Andrew Lo, David M. Upton, Robert Austin, Peter A. Gloor, Jeanne W. Ross, Natalia Levina, Ning Su, Arvind Malhotra, Claudia Kubowicz Malhotra, Christian Schulze, Henry Moon, Emily C. Bianchi, Joel Brockner, Matthias Seifert

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How Workplace Fairness Affects Employee Commitment

New research offers insights into the effects that fair procedures and outcomes — or a lack of them — have on employees’ commitment to an organization.

What makes workers feel engaged? The quest to answer this riddle is becoming increasingly important for organizations, because employee engagement is linked to work performance: Engaged employees tend to be more productive. Moreover, workplace engagement is an important determinant for the level of commitment and loyalty that employees show toward their respective organizations. Executives must understand what motivates employees to excel in their jobs to reduce the ...

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