The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships among organizational culture, leaders' vision of talent, HR functions, training, and organizational commitment of employees who have experienced a career change. A total of 484 responses were analyzed using structural equation modeling based on data obtained from the Human Capital Corporate Panel (HCCP) survey in South Korea. The findings indicated that organizational culture positively influenced HR functions and organizational commitment. Additionally, HR functions directly affected organizational commitment while the leaders' vision of talent indirectly affected their organizational commitment via HR functions. Furthermore, training practices positively moderated the relationship between HR functions and organizational commitment. Discussion, implications, and recommendations are elaborated.