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The purpose of this study will be to determine the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment with the locus of control construct as the moderating variable in Southern Appalachian workers.Author: David Nichols Shahan, Northcentral University.
The theoretical scope of the reported quantitative study was framed within the overarching domain of innovation, and principally focused on the topic of open innovation (OI) in technological small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Author: Sylvain L. Ndebi, Northcentral University.
This cross sectional empirical industry study examines 348 property casualty insurance employees and their perceptions of organizational and job level variables and their relationship to talent retention. Author: Mary B. Lavoie, Wilmington University (Delaware).
The purpose of this qualitative single case study was to explore strategies revenue management leaders used within the last 15 years to retain revenue management analysts. Author: Curtis Williams, Walden University.