Proceedings of 3rd Asia-Pacific Business Research Conference 25 - 26 February 2013, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, ISBN: 978-1-922069-19-1 Organizational Commitment and Individual Performance: Role of Spirituality at Work Mohamed Fares Brini*, Zeineb Ammar-Mamlouk** and Jean-Yves Duyck*** Although organizational commitment has occupied an important place in the management science research, its relationship with the individual performance is still a relevant area of research, especially given the various organizational changes (restructuring, work intensification, work stress, etc.). An Empirical research conducted on a sample of 39 Tunisian individuals revealed that affective organizational commitment predicts modestly individual performance, which confirms the empirical results of previous research. But in parallel, spirituality at work can contribute to the improvement of the relationship, through factors such as the interconnection, empathy and mutual trust, described as "conditions for community" which affect more visibly individual performance, particularly in the case of "sportsmanship", which reduces the "constant tension between the business requirements and those of employees". *Mohamed fares Brini, Department of Management, LARIME, University of Tunis, Tunisia, Email: email@example.com. **Pr. Zeineb Ammar-Mamlouk, University of Tunis, Tunisia, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. ***Pr. Jean-Yves Duyck, University La Rochelle, France, Email, email@example.com.