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Analysis on Taxation Public Servant's Pride in Organization

세무공무원의 조직에 대한 자긍심 분석

  • 홍순복 (동명대학교 경영학부 경영학과)
  • Published : 2008.06.28

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to investigate empirically the relationship among organization identity, organization immersion, and pride(또는 self-esteem) of taxation public servants. The results of the research showed the following. First, the research showed that gender and work year, as individual characteristic variables, influence a significant effect on organization identity. Second, it turned out that the pride of taxation pubic servants influences a positive effect on organization identity, and groups of lower pride affect organization identity more than groups of higher pride. Third, it turned out that the pride of taxation public servants also influences a positive effect on organization immersion. In other words, taxation public servants with higher pride showed higher organization immersion. Groups of lower pride affect organization immersion more than groups of higher pride. These results verified that higher pride of organization members can strengthen organization identity and organization immersion.

Keywords

Pride;Taxation Public Servant;Taxation Organization

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