What is organisational commitment? How can it be measured? What is its origin? What is the relationship between commitment and other theories and practices? Why are employees’ emotionally and physiologically distancing themselves from their organisation? Why would outcomes from a study on organisational commitment in Western organisation differ from that of non-Western organisations? What is the role of national and organisational culture and value in influencing the way people commit to their organisation? Will employees with higher income express higher commitment to their organisations than their low income counterpart? At what age will an employee express lower or higher commitment to their organisation? This book is an evidential tool in answering most of the above questions empirically with clarity and some degree of causal outcomes. Whether you are studying for University Undergraduate examination, Postgraduate research, reading for personal knowledge and interest or for application in the workplace; this book in your hand, is an effective tool for a deeper, wider understanding of a subject that remains one of the most contested.