The Relationship Between Talent Management and Organizational Commitment Case Study: Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority, Jordan

Eman Malkawi

Abstract


This paper aims to study the relationship between talent management and organizational commitment in Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority. Current statistical includes 51 employees of Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority. Gathering information was performed by a questionnaire of talent management and organizational commitment. Resultant information is analyzed by SPSS software. The result of the study reveals that there was a positive relationship between talent acquisition, talent development and talent retention with organizational commitment. Talent retention variable has had the highest rank between the variables of talent management, so it is suggested to give more attention and opportunities to attract the suitable skills and talents from the beginning then what should be done is improving talents to increase organizational commitment which will lead to reduce employee turnover to sustain achieving high performance and competitive advantage over competitors.


Keywords


Talent management; Talent acquisition; Talent development; Talent retention

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