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The Mediating effect of work family conflict on the relationship between job autonomy and job satisfaction
Satisfied employees are closely related with organizational success and performance, leading job satisfaction to become a key employee attitude. Employees feel greater satisfaction when they have freedom and independence ...
Different pathways from transformational leadership to job satisfaction : the competing mediator roles of trust and self-efficacy
Transformational leaders are known to inspire and motivate their followers, thereby leading to enhanced job satisfaction. Job satisfaction is an intellectual concept regarding individuals' attitudes toward their jobs. This ...
A comparison study on personality traits based on the attitudes of university students toward entrepreneurship
Particular personality traits motivate individuals to act entrepreneurially and to exercise entrepreneurial activities, which include but not limited to high need for achievement, innovativeness, propensity to risk-taking, ...
The effects of logic replacement in coal-mining disaster: the case of Soma
Purpose – Drawing from the institutional logics and organizational disaster literature, this paper aims to illustrate that the replacement of logics can be problematic in a high-risk industry such as coal mining by adding ...