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Change is a constant truth in a modern society; an organization no longer faces environments as stable as they used to be. In the face of the stronger market competition, an organization should deliberately consider and make proper responses in the operation in order to cope with the changeable environment and sustain the organizational life. When facing the changes in markets, an organization not only needs to constantly consider the changes in external environments, but also has to face the boycott or resistance of internal members to the organizational change. The effects of Human Resource Management System on Organizational Commitment therefore become critical.We have taken the Hsinchu Science Park as the research sample, in which the employees and supervisors of manufacturers have been randomly sampled. A total of 600 copies of questionnaires were e-mailed and 276 valid copies were retrieved, with the retrieval rate of 46%. The research results conclude significant correlations between 1. Human Resource Management System and Organizational Commitment, 2. Organizational Commitment and Business Performance, and 3. Human Resource Management System and Business Performance.

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