Involvement at work, a lever for improving social performance through social auditing: Case of companies in Morocco


  • Yassine SEKAKI Faculty of Economic and Social Legal Sciences,Tétouan Morocco
  • Houria ZAAM Economic and Social Legal Sciences,Tétouan Morocco


Social, audit, work involvement, performance, employees


The purpose of this article is to study the impact of the social audit of human resources on Involvement at work for social performance in Moroccan companies. To conduct this research, we have mobilized several theoretical orientations, namely, the universalist approach and the theory of social exchange. Therefore, our general hypothesis is as follows: is there an impact of the practice of social auditing of human resources on the Involvement at work within companies in Morocco? To verify this hypothesis, we opted for a quantitative approach. The quantitative survey was conducted using a questionnaire submitted to a random sample of 618 employees in several companies and different Moroccan cities. The analysis, which was done using STATA software, analysis of variance (ANOVA) and the Kruskal-Wallis rank test, revealed that social auditing practices have a significant impact on Involvement at work in companies in Morocco. As a result of these results, the social performance of companies could be improved by improving Involvement at work through auditing, thus validating the hypothesis concerning the impact of the frequency and function of the practice of social auditing.