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A Study of Home-based Caregivers' Work Values, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Committment
Chen, Hue - Mei
With the advent of an aging society, the most direct challenge we are facing is the senior care issues. According to the anticipation of Council for Economic Planning and Development of Executive Yuan, elderly population in Taiwan will reach 20% by 2027, which means there is 1 senior citizen out of 5. In the wake of the phenomenon of low birth rate, numerous medical care issues will derivative gradually. Facing the increased demand for the care of elderly population, and diverse needs of care service products required by offspring of baby boomers, senior care service has become an important issue that cannot be ignored. Purpose of this study is to understand the diversity, relevance and impact of home-based caregivers’ work values, job satisfaction and organizational commitment. The subjects in this study are the entire caregivers of China Chemical& Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. 95 surveys were issued via census questionnaires, and the effective response rate was 81%. According to the data compilation and statistics (descriptive statistical analysis, reliability analysis, T-test analysis, one-way ANOVA analysis, Pearson correlation coefficient, multiple regression analysis, etc.), findings are as follows: (1) Different ages of caregivers show significantly disparity in organizational commitment. In comparison to other generations, the caregivers in higher age give more attention to maintaining the organizational membership, and show higher willingness to stay in the organization. (2) Work values, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment show remarkable positive correlation in between. (3) Both work values and job satisfaction provide great effect to organizational commitment, which reveals that the higher the work values and job satisfaction are, the more effort to the organization the members are willing to make, as well as the willingness to keep organizational membership. (4) Work values have a significant impact on job satisfaction, which indicates the work values of individual employees affect their work inclination or goals, thereby affect their work performance and job satisfaction. Hope that the results or discovery of the study will provide independent case company a reference for improving caregivers' working conditions. Solving and bettering issues that are most addressed by the employees will enhance the sense of organizational identity, improve employees' job satisfaction, and then enhance the retention willingness, ultimately retain talents in the company.
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