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Volume :16 Issue : 1 2009      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, and Turnover Intention: A Study of Lebanese Nurses

Auther : Hassan I. Ballout

Whilst acknowledging the increased attention given to the study of organizational commitment and its correlates in western and non-western settings, there is no prior research, to date, testing the potential application of western-based organizational behavior theories in a Lebanese setting. Using a sample of 180 Lebanese nurses, this study finds that U.S.-based theories linking job involvement, organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and turnover intention are generally applicable to Lebanese employees. Results suggest that nurses' job involvement is positively associated with their job satisfaction and organizational commitment, and that nurses' job involvement and job satisfaction are positively associated with their organizational commitment. The results also suggest that both job satisfaction and organizational commitment reduce nurses' turnover intention. The implications of these findings are especially relevant to cross-cultural research testing western management theories on Lebanese employees as well as to multinational corporations operating in Lebanon and in similar Middle Eastern countries.

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