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A Study of the Relationship between Compensation Equity, Organizational Commitment and Job Involvement of Forest Rangers
Forest rangers are one of the most important human capital for maintaining Taiwan's forestry resources. However, according to their employment system, after forest rangers’ resignation or retirement, they can only be substituted by contract employees. The two types of personnel, salaried and contracted, work the same but are protected by different rights. Therefore, it is challenging to attract the professional to devote themselves to forest patrol work for a long time. This leads to a high turnover rate. This study aimed to explore whether compensation equity is correlated to organizational commitment and job involvement respectively. Furthermore, to investigate the interference effect of compensation equality on the relationship between the other two factors, A questionnaire survey was conducted in 2019. Participants in the survey were 528 salaried and contract forest rangers, and 425 returned questionnaires were valid. After using SPSS to statistically analyze the collected data, the following results are obtained: (1) There is a positive correlation between compensation equity and job involvement. (2) A positive correlation exists between compensation equity and organizational commitment. (3) No significant interference effect of compensation equity was found on the relationship between organizational commitment and job involvement. The conclusions of this study may provide a reference for policy to recruit forest rangers.
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