Nowadays, the relationship between labor commitment and the profitability of the company is proven. The labor commitment is the relationship between company and employee. The company wants the employee to remain committed to their work for as long as possible, and the employee wants the company to recognize and pay properly for their work.
An employee is properly engaged with the company when he or she establishes a mental and emotional commitment.
Employee commitment is achieved when the goals and personal values of an employee are aligned with the goals and values of an organization. When an employee is properly engaged, not only does he or she remain in the company for the money, but because he or she truly cares about their future and success. The worker establishes a mental and emotional commitment to the company. Highly committed employees to show a good predisposition to the changes that the organization proposes, are involved and are willing to work more than what is expected in order to achieve the proposed objectives. They clearly understand the company objectives and to what extent their work influences the reaching of those objectives. This not only fills them at a professional level but also at a personal level. They feel fulfilled.
The economic remuneration is the tangible way to reward an employee for his or her performance in the company, but it is not a long-term solution
We must not deceive ourselves however, economic remuneration is an important factor. It is a tangible way to reward an employee for his or her performance in the company, but it is not a long-term solution. If only money is offered as the sole motivator, employees will look for better financial offers in other companies and when they find them, they may leave without thinking.
To generate that feeling of employee commitment, the company must see that the employee feels identified with his work team, that there is a good working environment and that his financial compensation is balanced. All this will strengthen the sense of commitment and involvement with the company.
The more autonomy and responsibility a worker receives, the greater their commitment to the company.
The company must also ensure that workers are committed to business objectives giving meaning to the work they perform. The more autonomy and responsibility a worker receives, the greater their commitment to the company. The worker will feel much more involved and valued at work, increasing their satisfaction and feeling of pride toward being part of the company, thus increasing their bond of loyalty and permanence within the company.