Journal of Managerial Psychology
Dimensions of work satisfaction as predictors of commitment type (Измерения удовлетворенности трудом как показатели типа обязательств) [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003J.M. Beggs Journal of Managerial Psychology. 2002. No. 7. P. 564-579.
This study of hospital nurses (n = 154) examined the influence of dimensions of work satisfaction on types of organizational commitment. Significant results were found for the two affective commitment types tested but not for the instrumental type evaluated. The results indicate that satisfaction with professional status was a significant predictor of moral commitment. Dissatisfaction with organizational policies, autonomy, and professional status were significant predictors of alienative commitment. None of the dimensions of work satisfaction were predictors of calculative commitment. The results of this study suggest that understanding how various factors impact the nature and the form of an individual's organizational commitment is worth the effort. If managers do not know what causes an attitude to take on a particular form, they cannot accurately predict what behavior might follow.