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This dissertation is a case study on Thai restaurant in Windsor, UK. Data collection is done through interviews only, which are done with 1 manager, 2 assistant managers, 3 full time employees and 11 part time employees. Please make sure you have these following headings: Chapter one: Introduction 1.1 Statement of problem 1.2 Theoritical area and rationale for the research (use the three-component model by Meyer and Allen, 1991) 1.3 Aim and objectives of the research 1.4 Research Question 1.5 Organization Profile (leave this part, I will do it myself) 1.6 Scope of the research 1.7 Structure of the Dissertation Chapter two: Literature Review 2.1 Various definitions of organisational commitment 2.2 Three dimensions of organisational commitment: affective, normative, continuance 2.3 Desirable consequences of affective organisational commitment 2.4 Antecedents of affective organisational commitment: personal characteristics, organisational characteristics, work experiences 2.5 Hofstede’s Five Cultural Dimensions 2.6 Differences in Eastern and Western Culture in relation to organisational Commitment Chapter three: Methodology (Qualitative, Case Study, Interview, Thai Square Restaurant in Windsor) Chapter Four: Results Chapter Five: Conclusion

This dissertation is a case study on Thai restaurant in Windsor, UK. Data collection is done through interviews only, which are done with 1 manager, 2 assistant managers, 3 full time employees and 11 part time employees. Please make sure you have these following headings: Chapter one: Introduction 1.1 Statement of problem 1.2 Theoritical area and rationale for the research (use the three-component model by Meyer and Allen, 1991) 1.3 Aim and objectives of the research 1.4 Research Question 1.5 Organization Profile (leave this part, I will do it myself) 1.6 Scope of the research 1.7 Structure of the Dissertation Chapter two: Literature Review 2.1 Various definitions of organisational commitment 2.2 Three dimensions of organisational commitment: affective, normative, continuance 2.3 Desirable consequences of affective organisational commitment 2.4 Antecedents of affective organisational commitment: personal characteristics, organisational characteristics, work experiences 2.5 Hofstede’s Five Cultural Dimensions 2.6 Differences in Eastern and Western Culture in relation to organisational Commitment Chapter three: Methodology (Qualitative, Case Study, Interview, Thai Square Restaurant in Windsor) Chapter Four: Results Chapter Five: Conclusion

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