Challenge Is Key: An Investigation of Affective Organizational Commitment in Undergraduate Interns

@inproceedings{Dixon2005ChallengeIK,
  title={Challenge Is Key: An Investigation of Affective Organizational Commitment in Undergraduate Interns},
  author={Marlene A. Dixon and George B Cunningham and Michael Sagas and Brian A. Turner and Aubrey Kent},
  year={2005}
}
In this study, the authors investigated factors related to affective organizational commitment in undergraduate interns. They examined job challenge, supervisor support, and role stress as antecedents to commitment. Results based on a sample of senior undergraduate students (N = 71) showed that the 3 work variables explained 35% of the variance in affective organizational commitment. The authors discuss implications for educators and managers in charge of designing and implementing quality… CONTINUE READING

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