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Positive Affect and Achievement Motivation Influence Job Engagement on Career Commitment- Science and Technology Industry R& D workers
In highly competitive environment of high technology industry, the job engagement and career commitment of R&D workers are very essential to maintain and promote the competitive strength. To understand this issue related to individual traits, this study based on person-organizaiton fit theory to mainly explore how the positive affect and achievement motivation related to their job engagement and career commitment of R&D personnels in the science and technology industry. Questionnaires were distributed the use of online email of R &D workers in two ODM (original design manufacturer) companies located at northern Taipei. In total, 400 copies were returned, and 14 invalid questionnaires were deleted. Data of 386 validated the analysis of confirmatory factor with structure equation modeling. The results of this study revealed that: The level of positive affect, avhievement motivation, three typs of job engagement (i.e., behavioral, emotional, and cognitive engagement), and career commitment of R&D personnels in the science and technology industry were all above the average.Positive affect and avhievement motivation of R&D personnels were positively related to their three types of job engagement in the science and technology industry.Three types of job enagement of R&D personnels were positively related to their career commitment. Finally, according to the results of this study, the implication showed that managers of R&D divisions can select those employees with high level of positiveaffect or achievement motivation to ensure them will work longer in relation to R&D job.
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