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The Effects of Individuality, Relatedness on Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in New Employees
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The Effects of Individuality, Relatedness on Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in New Employees
Kim, Hyun-Soo; Kim, Su-Jeong;
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 Abstract
This research is about the effects of individuality, relatedness on organizational commitment and job satisfaction. This research analyzed 140 new employees. We used four tools to assess the new employees: individuality scale, relatedness scale, organizational commitment scale and job satisfaction scale. The research was based on two questions. Question 1. Does individuality have any relation to job satisfaction and organizational commitment? Question 2. does relatedness have any relation to job satisfaction and organizational commitment? The results indicated a positive correlation between individuality and organizational commitment and job satisfaction. Results also showed a positive correlation between relatedness and organizational commitment and job satisfaction. According to the result of one way analysis of variance, the group which scored individuality and relatedness scoreabove the mean value best reflected the qualities of organizational commitment and job satisfaction.
 Keywords
Individuality;Job satisfaction;Organizational commitment;Relatedness;
 Language
Korean
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