The relationship between interpersonal trust, peer support and organizational commitment
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Interpersonal trust is one of the major themes which has a substantial role in managing human capital effectively. Accordingly, authors presumed that trust among peers creates a strong and positive affect on their level of organizational commitment and their supportive behaviors to each other. The aim of this paper is to explore the relationship between interpersonal trust, organizational commitment and peer support. In order to investigate this, a research is conducted to sales representatives working in building materials sector. The results represent that interpersonal trust has an effect on both normative commitment and peer support, whereas normative commitment only affects peer support.