非正規労働者の職務態度とメンタルヘルス Job attitudes and mental health of nonpermanent employees
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The number of nonpermanent employees has been sharply increasing recently. With such situations, this paper aims to clarify the job attitude of the nonpermanent employees, focusing on organizational commitment, mental health and work motivation in particular. A survey was conducted among employees of 17 social welfare corporations. It was revealed that nonpermanent employees have higher levels of affective and internalized factors of organizational commitment and work motivation than permanent employees, and the complete opposite was suggested for continuance commitment. The survey showed no significant results for other variables. In conclusion, it is suggested that management should think about the various practices like job enrichment in order to enhance positive factors of organizational commitment and work motivation of permanent employees.
- Japanese Journal of Administrative Science
Japanese Journal of Administrative Science 23(2), 107-121, 2010
The Japanese Association of Administrative Science