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The Effects of Hospital Employees' Conflicts on Their Job satisfaction and Organizational Commitment
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The Effects of Hospital Employees' Conflicts on Their Job satisfaction and Organizational Commitment
Lim, Gyeong-Tae;
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The purpose of the present study was to figure out the effects of the result variables of hospital employees' conflicts on organizational effectiveness variables such as job satisfaction and organizational commitment. The present study was conducted with 305 subjects. The correlations among conflict, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment levels by conflict factor and by conflict type were analyzed using correlation analyses and multiple regression analyses were conducted to examine the effects of intra-organizational conflicts on conflict results while general and job related characteristics variable were controlled. According to the results of analyses, conflicts due to job satisfaction factors such as communication, leadership, and personality had significant negative effects on overall, intrinsic, and extrinsic job satisfaction levels and organizational commitment factors such as interdependence, leadership, and personality were significant conflict variables. By type, horizontal conflicts affected job satisfaction while vertical conflicts affected organizational commitment. When intra-organizational conflict levels were higher, job satisfaction and organizational commitment levels were lower and when job satisfaction levels were higher, organizational commitment levels were also higher
Conflict;Job satisfaction;Organizational commitment;Hospital employees;
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