Attitudes are the feelings and beliefs that largely determine how employees will perceive their environment, commit themselves to intended actions, and ultimately behave. Attitudes form a mental set that affects how we view something else. It has an impact on how we view and judge our surroundings at work. Managers of organizational behavior are vitally interested in the nature of the attitudes of their employees toward their Jobs, toward their careers, and toward the organization itself .Job attitudes of the employees are most important to achieve the individual and organizational objectives through their performance. Hence the present study is intended on job attitudes such as job involvement and satisfaction, and employee performance.
Employee involvement refers to the process of engaging employees in their work and increasing their participation in decision-making. In particular, employee involvement ensures that employees who are are able to use their knowledge and skills to improve work process. This approach also attempts to move information and power downward in the organization, so that employees can work autonomously and regulate their own behavior. As a consequence, organizations that use this approach typically experience a flattening of the organizational hierarchy. Although there is no one theoretical basis for employee involvement, it is derived from a number of key human relations assumptions. Specifically it is assumed that when employees are given challenging work. and allowed to participate in decision-making, they will (a) become more motivated and willing to control their own behavior (b) become more involved in their work, (c) increase their commitment to organizational goals , and (d) use their skills and abilities to make valuable contributions to organizational goals.
In this research, we read three articles and we studied many methodology in these three articles. Sometime, the employees’ attitude can be