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    ABSTRACT: The aim of this study is to confirm the factorial structure of the Identification-Commitment Inventory (ICI) developed within the frame of the Human System Audit (HSA) (Quijano etal. in Revist Psicol Soc Apl 10(2):27–61, 2000; Pap Psicól Revist Col Of Psicó 29:92–106, 2008). Commitment and identification are understood by the HSA at an individual level as part of the quality of human processes and resources in an organization; and therefore as antecedents of important organizational outcomes, such as personnel turnover intentions, organizational citizenship behavior, etc. (Meyer etal. in J Org Behav 27:665–683, 2006). The theoretical integrative model which underlies ICI Quijano etal. (2000) was tested in a sample (N=625) of workers in a Spanish public hospital. Confirmatory factor analysis through structural equation modeling was performed. Elliptical least square solution was chosen as estimator procedure on account of non-normal distribution of the variables. The results confirm the goodness of fit of an integrative model, which underlies the relation between Commitment and Identification, although each one is operatively different. KeywordsOrganizational commitment–Organizational identification–Confirmatory factor analysis–Structural equation modeling–Elliptical least square solution
    Quality and Quantity 01/2011; 45(4):901-909. · 0.76 Impact Factor

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