Abstract – AOCRJ-V2I3P2

Human Resources Leaves Managers & Companies, Not the
Job: Role of Affective & Normative Commitment in
Employees Retention

Tahir Masood Qureshi,
American University in the Emirates
Shafiq Ur Rehman,
Millat Equipment Limited

Abstract:
MeGregor’s theory X represents managers influenced on employees’ behaviors, managers direct their efforts, control and modified their behaviors’ that fit to organizations’ needs. “The average human being has an inherent disliking of work and will avoid it if possible”. MeGregor’s theory Y represents “The expenditure of physical and mental effort in work is as natural as play and rest”. Annual staff turnover in USA is from 21% to 135%, although companies paying a huge amount to them (Simmons 2005). Retention management is highly touching topic and an important issue that many organizations might face in future, if they are not facing presently.

Key Words: Employee Retention, Affective and Normative Commitment

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