relationship and Yahya et al. (2012) which stated that POS and CC had norelationship.These present findings suggested that, the FM employees who are cared for andvalued by their company will continue to retain membership with their company. Asstated by Meyer and Allen (1991), this continuing action (retaining organizationalmembership) was due to the recognition of the costs associated with its termination.This means that the employee might perceive the costs that he/she should bare whenleaving the organization and when it comes to unfavorable results, he/she decided toremain with the organization. Jha (2011) also stated that one of the factors that theemployee continues to remain in an organization is because of personal investmentsuch as acquiring job skills and years of employment in a particular organization. Inthis research, 77% of the respondents belong to the group of 21 to 30 years old, 25%of the respondents with < 1 years of employment and 57.4% with 1 to 3 years ofemployment. Therefore, in addition to the organizational support they received fromthe FM companies, these groups of employees might be continuing to remain with thecompanies to acquire job skills and build their experience before seeking for other jobopportunities. Hence, they maintain organizational membership because they ‗need‘to.5.3.4 The Influence of FM Employees’ POS to their OCIt was known that, from the previous correlation analysis, POS have significantpositive linear relationship with OC, with the correlation was r=0.69(p<0.01). Next,researcher analyzed the finding in term of determining the magnitude or the influenceof POS related to OC by conducting the 1st.