ISSN – PRINT:2756-4495 | ONLINE: 2756-4487
Volume 03, Issue 02 – 2023
Silva Opuala – Charles
Awanah, Esther Koyenim
This study reviewed works on high power distance culture and employee commitment. The objective of the study was to ascertain the influence of the scopes of high power distance culture on employee commitment. Articles, journals, textbooks and other scholarly resources that explores the concept were extensively reviewed. The result shows the existence of high progressive impact between high power distance culture and employee commitment. Drawing inference from the results, the study proposes that high power distance culture enhances employee commitment. It was therefore recommended that to increase staff strength and enhance their abilities to achieve predetermined organizational objectives, leadership should uphold a high degree of a processdriven culture. Administration should also provide an opportunity for workers to address concerns regarding performance, since this will boost their commitment to the company.
Keywords: High Power Distance Culture; Employee Commitment; Key Performance Indicators; Cultural Differences
ORCID ID: 0000-0003-1591-1141