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A Study on Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment and Intention of Turnover Among High School/Vocational School Food and Beverage Management Department / Tourism Department Teachers
Yu-Hua Christine Sun
Abstract The study aims to explore the correlation of job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention among high school/vocational school food and beverage management department / tourism department teachers in Taiwan. The study takes to a general survey method by enlisting Taiwan’s high school / vocational school food and beverage management department / tourism department teachers full-time teachers as the scope of survey, including those teaching at adult schools, and utilizes a survey questionnaire compiled by the authors as the main surveying tool. The questionnaires are sent in mid September 2004, and a total of 464 valid questionnaires have been collected. Following is the results: A. Teachers with varied demographic characteristics are found with variations in terms of their school job satisfaction, organizational commitment and their turnover intention. B. The surveys show the median ratings on the current state of job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention being close to the theoretic midpoint of four points would indicate that the findings are lending toward an intermediary tendency. C. Teachers’ marital status, seniority, school nature and school scale are positively correlated to their job satisfaction. D. Teachers’ marital status, age, seniority are negatively correlated to their organizational commitment, and are negatively correlated to their turnover intention. E. Teachers’ marital status, age, seniority, school nature and school scale are positively correlated to their organizational commitment, and are negatively correlated to their turnover intention. F. There is significantly negative relationship between job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention. G. Among teachers’ age, tenure, school scale, job satisfaction and organizational commitment are found to provide ominous forecasting yield toward their turnover intentions.
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