Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment


  • Jane Williams

Document type: Encyclopedia Entry

Appears in: Work and Family Encyclopedia

Year: 2004


  • Alternative Work Arrangements
  • Dependent Care
  • Engagement
  • Work and Family


  • Psychology


Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment are two of the most prominent work attitudes examined in the work and organizational literature. These constructs also receive much attention within the more specific work-family literature. Researchers have often included both constructs in their examination of the relationships between work-family issues and work outcomes. Therefore, this entry will concurrently review both job satisfaction and organizational commitment.

Link:Job_Satisfaction encyclopedia