COLLECTIVIST ORIENTATION AS A PREDICTOR OF AFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: A STUDY CONDUCTED IN CHINA

@inproceedings{Wang2002COLLECTIVISTOA,
  title={COLLECTIVIST ORIENTATION AS A PREDICTOR OF AFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: A STUDY CONDUCTED IN CHINA},
  author={Lei Wang and James W. Bishop and Xiangming Chen and Katherine Weaver Scott},
  year={2002}
}
This 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. 

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