This research study examines the framework of social exchange theory (SET) which is the most influential theoretical paradigm for comprehending organizational behavior. SET is based on the assumption that individuals make rational decisions by selecting the option that they perceive to have the greatest benefit. This theory involves unspecified obligations where one individual does a favor for another with the expectation of a future return. It is noteworthy that SET has gained prominence in organizational behavior literature and organizational commitment research. Specifically, SET focuses on people's exchange behavior, and the model assumes that certain factors in the workplace can lead to interpersonal networking, also known as social exchange relationships. This is a valuable tool for analyzing the dynamics within work environments.