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Labor market plays a vitally important role in ensuring the success and achievement in enterprises under the circumstance of today’s rapid changes and intense competitions. Effectively using human resource management is one of the best strategies to reserve labor power, which contributes to better understanding of employee’s concentration, vitality and service enthusiasm toward their work. Moreover, employees will also end in showing their devotion and loyalty to the organizations, which strengthens the organizations as well as helps them continue to operate. Previous research showed that the human resource management strategy promotes employees’ engagement in organizations; in addition, the level of employees’ work engagement also has an impact on the level of the employees’ devotion to the organizations. Therefore, the primary focus of the present study is to investigate the influence of human resource management in government organization A on the level of their employee engagement and their organizational commitment. In addition, the present study focuses on the association between human resource management and employees’ organizational commitment with the mediator of the level of employees’ work engagement by using hierarchical regression method. The preliminary results show: 1. The human resource management has a positive impact on employee engagement; 2. Employee engagement is positively related to organizational commitment; 3. The human resource management positively influences organizational commitment; 4. A small mediation effect of employee engagement shown on the relationship of human resource management and organizational commitment. The preliminary results of the present study can be used as a reference for organization leaders or managers when applying organizational development strategies, which contributes to increase the level of employees’ devotion to organization by promoting employees’ work engagement and improving the strategies of human resource management.
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