Job Commitment and Performance (IO Psychology)

Job involvement is related to both in-role job performance and organizational citizenship behavior, according to an investigation by Aamir Ali Chughtai of Dublin City University. Job involvement relates to the employee’s level of commitment, in-role job performance refers to how well an employee performs the formal job requirements, and organizational citizenship is an umbrella term for roles or functions that an employee takes on that are not part of his or her formal job requirements.

Specifically, the results indicated a medium positive correlation between job commitment and in-role job performance and job commitment and organizational citizenship. The sample consisted of 195 teachers from over fifty universities in Pakistan, and the job-involvement scale measured its namesake, a measure created for the purpose of this study assessed in-role performance, and items from the Chinese citizenship behaviour scale and Organizational citizenship behaviour scale measured Organizational citizenship behavior.