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A Study on Relativity among Leadership Style, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in Government
A government is composed of many organizations which respectively possess personnel with varied professional skills. Therefore, various civil servant recruitment examinations are held to select people with skills that are needed in different domains, hoping to achieve the goal of “the right people fitting into separate professions.” When changing jobs becomes common among civil servants, it affects the performance of the entire administrative. The purpose of this study is to explore on how we can increase civil servants’ keenness on identifying with their institution, how to boost their willingness of making contributions and remaining in the same job positions. This study lists leadership styles and job satisfaction as independent variables; job commitment as the dependent variable. Discussion will be on the relationship of the three variables for civil servants. Data was collected from a questionnaire filled out by staffs of the government and among the 270 samples, 217 responses were valid. The collected data was evaluated with Pearson’s correlation analysis, t-test, one-way ANOVA analysis, and liner regression analysis. Results of the study showed that there is a significant relationship among leadership style, job satisfaction and job commitment; job satisfaction serves as the mediating effect between leadership style and job commitment. Based on the end results, the author proposes a few suggestions for future researchers and for the Examination Yuan when it comes to constructing a proper system for civil servants which motivates them and also enhances administrative performance.
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