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  • The present study explored the role of gender and family location in moderating the impact of job characteristics on organizational commitment. A valid sample of 389 Taiwanese expatriates was invited to participate by e-mail. The methods of data analysis used in this study consisted of exploratory factor analysis, internal consistency reliability, and moderated multiple regression. Findings indicate that job characteristics sub-variables, variety and autonomy, significantly influence organizational commitment positively while friendship opportunity and task identity significantly influence organizational commitment negatively. Gender is identified as moderating relationships between job characteristics and organizational commitment. The implications for future research are also discussed. ()
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  • 0 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • 10.5897/AJBM11.2320 ()
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  • 4 ()
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  • 2012-02-01 ()
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  • 24760 ()
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  • 37 ()
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  • The impact of gender and family location on job characteristics and organizational commitment of expatriates in mainland, China ()
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  • 6 ()

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