publication . Article . 2010

Tuning Organizational Values on Job Satisfaction: The Case of International Manufacturing Corporation

Elina KALLAS; Pille MOTSMEES; Anne REINO;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2010 Journal: REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE MANAGEMENT, volume 11, issue 4 October, pages 708-718
Abstract
The aim of the article is to find how perception of values is related to job satisfaction on an example of international manufacturing service corporation providing provides manufacturing services for the global customers. The study was carried out in 2009 and 1180 employees from seven factories located in six countries participated in the survey that focused on different aspects of job satisfaction and perceived organizational values. Results imply that job satisfaction of employees from different factories varies to a great extent, but values are perceived in rather similar manner and are generally congruent with declared values of the organization. Survey res...
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free text keywords: organizational values; job satisfaction; values congruence; international manufacturing company., jel:M14, jel:M12
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