This work is an investigation which is directed to examine empirically the impact of the three work related attitudes viz., job satisfaction, motivation and job involvement on the organizational commitment of industrial workers. Then the impact of the two work related attitudes viz., job satisfaction and job involvement has been examined over motivation level of workers. Finally, the differences in behavior of the white and blue collar workers for all the four variables (namely, organizational commitment, job satisfaction, motivation and job involvement) have been examined. It is to be observed that the basic analytic framework of the study involved the following to logical steps: Firstly, all independent variables have been split into two groups – High and Low – with reference to the median of the variable score in question. Secondly, the dependent variable scores of workers corresponding to High and Low groups of each of the independent variables were noted and then these scores were taken as the bases for the computation of all the various statistic used in this study.