The most important component of organizational commitment contributes to increase integrated performance at integral service post in Indonesia

Abstract

Introduction: The functioning of the cadre as the front liner of the empowerment of the society is to increase mothers’ participation in order to bring their babies to an Integrated Service Post (ISP) near their homes for routine scaling. This study aimed to analyze the relationship between commitment components and performance regarding increasing toddlers’ mothers’ participation to integrated service post. 
Methods: This was an analytic observational research with quantitative approach. Sampling was performed using simple random sampling method. 
Results: The results showed that most cadres were highly effective in the commitment and had moderate level of sustainable and normative involvement. Sustainability and performance were related, while affective and normative commitment had no performance connection. Sustainable commitment will lead to more mothers able to scale their children in the integrated service post.
Conclusion: Sustainable commitment is associated with a cadre’s performance, while affective and normative commitment is no.

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