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An Analysis of an Influencing Factor on Organizational Commitment of ICT Industrial Workers
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An Analysis of an Influencing Factor on Organizational Commitment of ICT Industrial Workers
Yi, Seon-Gyu;
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 Abstract
This study deduced an effect produced on organizational commitment of ICT Industrial workers through precedent study. And the importance of each factor was analyzed, regarding the deduced influencing factors. And influencing factors on organizational commitment of ICT Industrial workers were presented at a practical level on the basis of analysis results. According to the results of analysis, social support factors were interpreted as the most important influencing factor among the 1st hierarchical factors. According to the results of analysis after setting 12 factors for the 2nd hierarchical factor, 3 factors including emotional support, Informational support, and Substance/instrumental support, were interpreted as very important factors. However, psychological empowerment was analyzed to a relatively less critical.
 Keywords
CT Industrial Workers;Organizational Commitment;Social Support Factors;Psychological Empowerment;
 Language
Korean
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