조직우선주의가 여성근로자의 직무 스트레스와 조직몰입에 미치는 영향력 연구
A study on the effects of Submissive loyalty on the job stress and organizational commitment of female employees
Korea currently faces a changing social status for females. However, the uniqueness of Korean traditional organizational culture limits female workers' social activities. In Korea, female employees that are in charge of workers, both in the workplace and at home, experience a practice of long hour labor, requirements of sacrificing for the organization, and mandatory attendance of group gatherings after work. The practices of Korean organizational culture, which contains these characteristics, named submissive loyalty in this study, needs new terms. This study focuses on female employees whom experience increases in job stress and decreases in organizational commitment through submissive loyalty, In particular, this study uses job stress, separated into existence stress, relatedness stress, and growth stress, for empirical analysis. According to the results, submissive loyalty affects existence stress, relatedness stress and growth stress positively. Also, relatedness stress and growth stress affect organizational commitment negatively, however, existence stress does not affect organizational commitment. Without existence stress, there are playing intermediation role. Based on the results, this study not only insists that Korean society needs organizational culture innovation and new policies for female workers, but also draws a theoretical and empirical implication for building a gender equality society.
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