Organizational Commitment in the Nonprofit Organization A Lebanese Investigation

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Joumana A. Younis , Mohamad Ali Abdallah , Nsaif Jasim M. Alkhatabi


In organizational behavior, it is crucial to analyze the bond an employee forms with the organization to make them stay. Research cites the intricacies of organizational commitment to the sociological setup of the society around it. Nonprofit organizations are continuously formed on the premise of fulfilling a specific community plan for the good of society. The community's needs are determined based on the plan, the effect, and the benefit to the public good. Additionally, considering the future of the organization's plan, there is a need to show the proper formation of strategies to help resolve the issues. Communities suffer from different problems worldwide, and the commitment nonprofit organizations make from a humanitarian point of view shows the need to have more processes to make society better. Different contributions towards society create the commitment since the results are observed and a statistic extrapolated for change. Issues like war, pandemics, social justice and politics are joint problems that many organizations are committed to helping in combating. Accepting the commitment to fight a particular injustice or pandemic requires the will and knowledge to develop the right strategies and mechanisms for executing the issues. The basic structure of nonprofit organizations shows the community needs to handle issues for the long-term view of the process. The research paper analyses the relationship between commitment in nonprofits organizational and the company climate in developed countries. Hence, and upon utilizing Allen and Meyer’s Organizational Commitment Scale, the research paper find out that the prevalent commitment in in the Lebanese non-profit organizations is the affective commitment.


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