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The Organizational Commitment from Perceived Organizational Support and Emotional Intelligence- to Job Satisfaction as a Mediation Variable
Yu, Chien ，Yu, Chin-Cheh
perceived organizational support
Since 2006, international fossil fuel prices rose, severe electrical shock of the operating environment, in order to ensure sustainable development of the power industry, organization in relation to the power industry characteristics, planning of human use of mechanisms to enhance the company's sustainable strength. That is why employees receive more and more challenges, more vulnerable to defeat and were not going well. Employees should adjust itself emotions, so as not to undermine the working atmosphere. In order to ensure that each employee a job safe working environment, the organization should be adequate to support the work, let employees feel the organization responsible attitude and care, and to satisfies the staff and has the emotion attachment causes employees and companies grow together. Thus, the purpose of the study is to explore staff perceived organizational support、emotional intelligence impact on organizational commitment capability is an important factor for the organization competition. It has been attention recently. If enterprises improve the key dedicated driving force of innovative behavior, employee performance will be better and achieve the goals of business growth. This study adopted questionnaire, southern Taiwan Power Company plant for the study, the total of the valid samples are 319. Study found that (1)Perceived organizational support、emotional intelligence shows significant positive effects on the job satisfaction(2)Perceived organizational support、emotional intelligence、job satisfaction shows significant positive effects on the organizational commitment(3)The job satisfaction has mediation effect between perceived organizational support and emotional intelligence.
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