Responsible practices of the organization and their influences on employee behavior

  • Houcine Sabir National School of Business and Management of kenitra, Ibn tofail University kenitra, Morocco
  • Ismail El Mir National School of Business and Management of kenitra, Ibn tofail University kenitra, Morocco
  • Omar Taouab National School of Business and Management of kenitra, Ibn tofail University kenitra, Morocco
Keywords: CSER, Turnover intention, Employee retention, Organizational Commitment

Abstract

Managing turnover within organizations is one of the major concerns of the human resources management department (HRM), due to its impact on performance. HRM practices are constantly changing to retain employees and therefore reduce the costs associated with attracting and recruiting profiles. Today, all structured companies communicate around corporate social responsibility (CSR). Our objective is to find out whether adopting such a posture could allow the company to improve the turnover rate.

The present study aims to examine the relationship between the perception of CSR practices, the organizational commitment (OE) of employees and their intention to leave the organization (IQ). The analysis carried out on a sample of 104 participants from companies in the automotive sector, located in the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region, shows that employees are attentive to the CSR initiatives implemented by their companies. These approaches influence their attitudes and behavior at work. The study found a positive and significant relationship between P.RSE and EO and a negative and very significant relationship between P.RSE and IQ and also between EO and IQ. On the other hand, that the OE fully explains the relationship between the perceived CSR of the employees and their company IQ.

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Published
2021-05-27
How to Cite
Sabir, H., El Mir, I., & Taouab, O. (2021). Responsible practices of the organization and their influences on employee behavior. International Journal of Accounting, Finance, Auditing, Management and Economics, 2(3), 197-213. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4826201
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