Community embeddedness enhances the feeling of also being more integrated in one's organization, according to a US study. This higher organizational embeddedness then leads to higher work motivation and identification with one's organization, as the study further shows. This suggests that being connected into a community outside of work can positively influence outcomes at work. The study is further evidence that work and nonwork areas of life are closely related and can be mutually beneficial.
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