Affective commitment in the public sector: the case of IT employees

@inproceedings{Reid2006AffectiveCI,
  title={Affective commitment in the public sector: the case of IT employees},
  author={Margaret F. Reid and Myria W. Allen and Cynthia K. Riemenschneider and Deborah J. Armstrong},
  booktitle={CPR},
  year={2006}
}
To improve our understanding of individual motivations to remain employed in governmental agencies this study focuses on a specific segment of a state government agency workforce. Information technology (IT) employees possess skills that transfer easily to other sectors, which make them an important group when examining factors that influence the affective commitment and job satisfaction of individuals working in public agencies. Findings indicate that role ambiguity, perceived organizational… CONTINUE READING
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