The impact of internal corporate social responsibility on organizational commitment: evidence from Vietnamese service firms
Publication typeJournal article
JournalJournal of Asia-Pacific Business
Publication Begin page100
Publication End page116
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AbstractThis study examines the relationship between internal corporate social responsibility (CSR) and organizational commitment in the service sector in Vietnam. Results from a survey of 256 employees indicate that internal CSR has a positive and significant correlation with organizational commitment. More specifically, labor relations, health and safety, and training and education had a significant effect on organizational commitment whereas work–life balance and social dialogue have no significant association with organizational commitment. The authors also provide implications, limitations, and recommendations for future research.