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The Effect of Job Characteristic on Organization Commitment – The Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction.
Apart from operational strategy, sustainable operation is also significant for an organization. In order to enhance its competitive advantage and ensure sustainable development, an organization has to rely on the contribution of its members. The character of a position is crucial for the employees to understand the meanings of their job, thus increasing their satisfaction, commitment, and loyalty for the position. Therefore, how an organization secures the commitment of its employees is an important issue in human resource management. This study explored the links between job characteristics, organizational commitment, and job satisfaction of employees in the technology industry. Taking Company A as the research sample, the study used convenient sampling, 170 questionnaires were distributed to the sample, 136 valid questionnaires were returned, yield a 80% response rate. Descriptive statistics, reliability analysis, Pearson product-moment correlation, and multiple regression analysis were used to analyzed the data. The major finding of this study are as follows: job character has significant positive impacts on organizational commitment; job character has significant positive impacts on job satisfaction; job satisfaction has significant positive impacts on organizational commitment; job satisfaction has a partially mediator effect on the relation between job character and organizational commitment.
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