Definition: Employee Involvement is the situation in which the employee identifies himself with the organization and it's goals and wants to stay a member of the organization.
Employee involvement is quite similar to organizational commitment. Robbins and Judge presented 3 dimensions of involvement of employees:
1. Affective binding: an emotional attachment to the business and the employee believes in the values of it.
2. Extrinsic (calculative) binding: the observed greater economic value to stay at a company than when an employee would leave.
3. Normative binding: an obligation to stay at a company for moral or ethic reasons.
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