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The prediction of job involvement for pharmacists and accountants

Show simple item record Van Wyk, R. Boshoff, A.B. Cilliers, Frans 2009-11-05T13:39:39Z 2009-11-05T13:39:39Z 2003
dc.identifier.citation Van Wyk, R, Boshoff, AB & Celliers FVN., 2003, ' The prediction of job involvement for pharmacists and accountants', SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, vol. 29, no. 3, pp 61-67. en
dc.identifier.issn 0258-5200
dc.description Journal article en
dc.description.abstract The job involvement of the individual seems to be potentially fundamental to the satisfaction of certain salient psychological needs that could lead to positive organizational implications. This study investigates the predictiveness of job involvement of 375 professionals in the pharmacy (n = 200) and accountancy (n = 175) occupations by means of Multiple Regression Analysis through personality characteristics and job satisfaction. A number of significant but weak relationships are reported varying between 1.29% and 9.85% common variance. Job involvement is predicted reasonably well for the total sample (19.35%) and the sub-samples of professionals (11.01% and 24.71% respectively). en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Open Journals en
dc.subject Job involvement en
dc.subject Pharmacists en
dc.subject Accountants en
dc.title The prediction of job involvement for pharmacists and accountants en
dc.type Article en

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