Polska wersja Meyera i Allen Skali Przywiązania do Organizacji
Augustyn Bańka, Agata Wołowska, Róża Bazińska
Rocznik: 2002 Tom: 8 Numer: 1
The Polish version of the Organizational Commitment Scales (OCS) is based on Meyer and Allen’s (1991) three-component model of commitment. The OCS consists of 3 six-item scales measuring three components of commitment: the affective one (the employee’s emotional attachment to, identification with, and involvement in the organization), the continuance (the awareness of the costs associated with leaving the organization), and the normative component (the feeling of moral obligation to continue employment). The data were collected from employees-representatives of various occupations: nurses, school teachers, salesmen, warehousemen, policemen, and gaolers. The three scales of the OCS showed satisfactory internal consistency (from .84 to .77) as well as validity (as ascertained by correlations with other measures of identification with one’s firm, self-esteem, job satisfaction, and life satisfaction). Satisfactory psychometric characteristics of the Polish version of the OCS allow to recommend this instrument for further psychological research.