We are looking for a good scale to measure perceived organizational "belonging" e.g., I feel that I belong to this organization.
Does anyone have any suggestion?
Thank you in advance!
The well established construct of affective organizational commitment is essentially a measure of belonging (Meyer, J. P., Allen, N. J., & Gellatly, I. R. (1990). Affective and continuance commitment to the organization: Evaluation of measures and analysis of concurrent and time-lagged relations. Journal of applied psychology, 75(6), 710.)
For a good up to date discussion see Afshari, L., Young, S., Gibson, P., & Karimi, L. (2019). Organizational commitment: exploring the role of identity. Personnel Review.
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