Job satisfaction and distress in rehabilitation professionals: The role of organizational commitment and conflict
Biggs, Herbert C., Flett, Ross, Voges, Kevin, & Alpass, Fiona (1995) Job satisfaction and distress in rehabilitation professionals: The role of organizational commitment and conflict. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 26(1), pp. 41-46.
Examined relations between organizational perceptions (organizational commitment, organizational conflict) and outcomes (job satisfaction, psychological distress) among 82 New Zealand rehabilitation service providers. Analyses indicated that organizational commitment made a significant contribution to the prediction of both job satisfaction and feelings of distress while organizational conflict was a significant predictor of job satisfaction. Age and length of service in the organization was significantly related to job satisfaction while level of education was significantly related to distress.
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