The Influence of Affective Commitment on Citizenship Behavior and Intention to Quit among Commercial Banks’ Employees in Nigeria

Akinyemi Benjamin

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of affective commitment on discretionary work behaviour and intention to quit among employees in selected post-consolidation Nigerian commercial banks. Using the quantitative approach, data were collected through a structured questionnaire administered to full-time employees of eight Nigerian post-consolidation era commercial banks out of which 303 were returned. The research results, based on respondents’ perceptions, revealed that affective commitment had a statistically significant relationship with organizational citizenship behavior and voluntary turnover intentions. The practical organizational and managerial implications of the results were discussed.


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Journal of Management and Sustainability   ISSN 1925-4725 (Print)   ISSN 1925-4733 (Online)

 

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