commitment


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  • noun

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an act or course of action that is demanded of one, as by position, custom, law, or religion

Synonyms for commitment

the trait of sincere and steadfast fixity of purpose

the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action

an engagement by contract involving financial obligation

the official act of consigning a person to confinement (as in a prison or mental hospital)

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Priests and religious women make their final commitment after years of education, training, and living in community.
Literature pertinent to organizational commitment will be briefly reviewed in the following section.
Weiner commitment as "the sum of reflection internalized normative pressures to act in a manner that could be described as the organization's goals and desires to achieve" And believe that engaged employees are willing to make sacrifices for the organization.
Commitment Slowdowns (55+) who are starting to become less financially and emotionally committed.
In contrast, they spend pounds 87 a month on emotional commitments, but devote two hours, 18 minutes every day to thinking about them.
Even though these findings may dispel some opinions about the commitment of male and female coaches (e.
Reduced commitment and high turnover intentions are some of such consequences which might threaten organizational stability (Robinson and Rousseau, 1994).
Freddie Mac countered that a mortgage originator received an option to sell a mortgage to it in return for the commitment fee; thus, the fee was an option premium.
Weldon, CEO of Johnson & Johnson said, "Our supplier diversity program broadens our commitment to the communities in which we live and work.
The AF&PA commitment is perhaps the broadest of any made by the forest products industry globally.
So the Universal Service Administrative Company, which administers the program for FCC, could not write commitment letters telling districts how much they would receive until the money was collected.
Many decisions, particularly major decisions involving the commitment of money and resources, can be made sequentially rather than all at once.
Staunch support from government officials: agencies earn this support through their commitment to excellence in leadership, resource management, and in the delivery of their services.
Next, Meyners had to successfully increase employees' commitment to the firm's overall marketing and revenue-growth goals.
UCLA gets lineman: UCLA has received a commitment Tuesday from Alex Potasi, a lineman from Harbor City Narbonne.