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Title: Demographic Factors Affecting Organizational Commitment of Lecturers
Authors: Võ, Văn Việt
Keywords: Organizational commitment;demographic factor;faculty member
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: H. : ĐHQGHN
Series/Report no.: Vol 31, No. 4;
Abstract: Many studies have confirmed the organizational commitment is an important factor deciding the success or failure of the organization. However, how to commit employees with the organization is a challenge for many agencies and organizations. This study was conducted to determine the demographic factors that affect organizational commitment of university lecturers. The study was conducted at a university with a convenient sampling method so the results are not generalized to all university lecterers. The results showed that there were low correlation between years of work and continuance commitment; between gender and affective commitment; between highest degree earned with normative commitment. There was a moderate correlation between position hold and affective commitment. There was a low negative correlation between age and normative commitment. The correlation between other demographic variables with OC was negligible
Description: VNU Journal of Science: Education Research ; Vol. 31,No. 4 (2015) ; p. 16-25
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