Today almost all businesses are aware of the significance of employee commitment and its role in inspiring employees. The main aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between employee commitments and sustained productivity in agricultural businesses in Erbil. A quantitative method used to analyze the current study. A questionnaire was developed and distributed in 12 feed plants in Erbil. The sample size of the study was 71 participants.
The researcher has taken affective commitment, normative commitment and continuance commitment as independent factors and sustained productivity as dependent variable.
The findings revealed that three independent factors (affective commitment, continuous commitment and normative commitment) are positively related with sustained productivity. But the continuous commitment had the highest value, which indicates that many feed plants’ employees are committed to their job because of remuneration and lack of alternatives. Also, the results revealed that all three independent factors are correlated with sustained productivity. The results can be used as a guiding method for the feed plants management to increase their employees’ commitment.