This longitudinal study examined the relationship between multiple commitments (affective and continuance organisational commitments, career commitment, and job involvement) and job satisfaction at three time intervals. Participants were 122 employees working at an Israeli non-profit organisation. Results showed that the time elapsed between the measurement of multiple commitments and that of job satisfaction was a significant factor affecting the value of multiple commitments as predictors of job satisfaction. A short interval between the measurement of multiple commitments and the measurement of job satisfaction correlated with a better prediction value. Implications for future research on commitment and job satisfaction are discussed.