Collectivist orientation as a predictor of organizational commitment: A study conducted in ChinaInternational Journal of Organizational Analysis (2002)
AbstractThis study tested the hypothesis of collectivist orientation as a predictor of affective organizational commitment. Data from 510 employees working in two organizations in China supported the hypothesis, that is, collectivist orientation is a significant predictor of affective organizational commitment when employees specific organization, age, sex, organizational tenure, educational level, and pay satisfaction are controlled.
Citation InformationL Wang, J W Bishop, X Chen and Dow Scott. "Collectivist orientation as a predictor of organizational commitment: A study conducted in China" International Journal of Organizational Analysis Vol. 10 Iss. 3 (2002)
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