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A Study on the Impact of Job Characteristics on Empowerment
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Impact of Job Characteristics on Empowerment
Bae, Seon-Sik; Jeong, Jin-Gyeong;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine how to effectively further empowerment among organizational members based on empowerment theories. And it's also meant to investigate the influential relationship between job characteristics, which are the variables that organizational members should consider, and empowerment in an effort to provide more autonomy for the members of enterprises in Korean society. As a result of making the study, there were a significant positive influential relationship and significant correlation between job characteristics and empowerment. In the future, it seems necessary to make research to determine the process and way of furthering empowerment among organizational members and the characteristics of empowerment-boosting organizational culture, and more research should be implemented to apply the findings of these research efforts in various fields.
 Keywords
Empowerment;characteristics;organizational culture;autonomy;influential relationship;
 Language
Korean
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