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RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EMPLOYEES' PERCEPTION OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, PERSONALITY, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EMPLOYEES' PERCEPTION OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, PERSONALITY, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT,Tzai-Zang

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EMPLOYEES' PERCEPTION OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, PERSONALITY, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT   (Citations: 1)
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is regarded as voluntary corporate commitment to exceed the explicit and implicit obligations imposed on a company by society's expectations of conventional corporate behaviour. However, very little attention had ever been paid to the impact of CSR strategies on employees and their particular work attitudes. This study primarily involved a survey, comprised of a questionnaire concerning the perception of CSR, job satisfaction, personality, and organizational commitment. Questionnaire was used to collect data from employees of manufacturing companies in Taiwan. The results of this research indicate that CSR contributes to increase job satisfaction and organizational commitment of employees. Companies should emphasize the CSR activities and confirm that employees know these actions and focus on ethics and culture of the organization with ethics codes, and CSR activity. The factors of CSR having significant influences on employees but also the factors with latent benefit should be laid great stress on. Besides, personality is a predictor of work outcomes and plays an important role in receiving information of CSR.
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